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Why was the London Underground Railway considered a menace to public health?
London Underground Railway was considered a menace to public health because massive destruction was done in the process of construction. A huge number of houses were knocked down and streets broke through.
Deep pits of trenches were dug into the ground causing damage and creating difficulties for the people.
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