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What is surprising, on the other hand, is the immense horizontal distances that have to be travelled underground. Through the open doors of foundries you see fiery serpents of iron being hauled to and fro by redlit boys, and you hear the whizz and thump of steam hammers and the scream of the iron under the blow.
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Down this belt a glittering river of coal races constantly. As soon as I saw the dead man I sent an orderly to a friend's house nearby to borrow an elephant rifle.
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The typical post-war factory is not a gaunt barrack or an awful chaos of blackness and belching chimneys; it is a glittering white structure of concrete, glass, and steel, surrounded by green lawns and beds of tulips.
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