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" ... its flying white breath and rhythmical, unvarying pace, between these rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses ; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to allow our passage thus far... "
Mirror Worlds: or the Day Software Puts the Universe in a Shoebox...How It ... - Pagina xv
door David Gelernter - 1993 - 256 pagina’s
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Record of a Girlhood, Volume 2

Fanny Kemble - 1878
...rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses ; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy tale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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Railroads in Alaska: Hearings Before the Committee on the Territories of the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories - 1880 - 80 pagina’s
...rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses ; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy tale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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Railway Adventures and Anecdotes: Extending Over More Than Fifty Years

Richard Pike - 1884 - 296 pagina’s
...these roeky wnlls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy tale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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Railway Adventures and Anecdotes: Extending Over More Than Fifty Years

Richard Pike - 1884 - 296 pagina’s
...these rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy tale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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The Railway Agent and Station Agent: A Monthly Magazine ..., Volumes 9-10

1889
...rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses ; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy tale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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The Railways of England...

William Mitchell Acworth - 1889 - 428 pagina’s
...rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss, and ferns, and grasses : and, when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy tale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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The History of the London & North Western Railway

Wilfred L. Steel - 1914 - 502 pagina’s
...these rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses, and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy vale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 38

1876
...these rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy tale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 38

1876
...these rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy talc was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. Bridges were thrown from side to side...
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New-Found-Lands

Alwin Fill - 1993 - 274 pagina’s
...the rocky walls, which are already clothed with moss and ferns and grasses; and when I reflected that these great masses of stone had been cut asunder to...passage thus far below the surface of the earth, I felt as if no fairy tale was ever half so wonderful as what I saw. When I closed my eyes, this sensation...
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