Perils of Walking
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|Caption||Perils of Walking. It was pitch dark as the two men made their way along the narrow railway bridge across a ravine. Suddently, a distant sound broke the silence. By the time they had reached the middle of the bridge, they realised to their horror that a train was coming towards them at full tilt. Original artwork for illustration on p2 of Look and Learn issue no 1016 (29 August 1981).|
|Creator||Angus McBride, British (1931–2007)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|walking bridge train hat danger perils risks Fred Walker Scotsman Tarver South America trek Perils of Walking Angus McBride|
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