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And as she appraised it with its adjuncts of Turtons and Burtons, the train accompanied her sentences, “pomper, pomper,” the train half asleep, going nowhere in particular and with no passenger of importance in any of its carriages, the branch-line train, lost on a low embankment between dull fields.
“Pomper, pomper, pomper,” was the sound that the wheels made as they trundled over the bridge, moving very slowly.
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