Bus 72

bus 72

The Age Of Reason, p.84
'No; I won't take a taxi,' he said to himself: 'I have plenty of time. I shall take Mr Hyde for an airing as far as the 72 stop.' The 72 would take him to Charenton. Half a mile from there, Daniel knew a little solitary corner on the bank of the Seine. 'At any rate,' he said to himself, 'I shan't be sick, that would be the last straw.'


seine 1

The Age Of Reason, p.84
The water of the Seine was particularly dark and dirty at that spot, being covered with greenish patches of oil from the Vitry factories.