'Travel By Train' written by J.B Priestley is a delightful piece of prose filled with light-hearted humour. Priestley paints short caricatures of the middle-aged woman, the heavy carriers, the non-stop eaters, the noisy children, and the people with strange habits as travelling companions. His description of the mighty sleepers, the seafarers, the confidential strangers, and finally the Ancient Mariner of railway travellers evoke much mirth and humour.
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