The Celestial Omnibus and Other Stories
'It had two horses, whose sides were still smoking from their journey, and its two great lamps shone through the fog against the alley's walls, changing their cobwebs and moss into tissues of fairyland.'Please,' his voice quavered through the foul brown air, 'Please, is that an omnibus?'
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