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London's Seven Dials in the 19th century
Victorian London's Slums
You are sitting by the fireplace in your private chambers, looking through the window and observing the busy streets of Seven Dials. You can see some horse carriages passing the rainy street in front of the so called "school" you're working at, the Weirendell Institute for the Weird. The weird headmaster A. M. C. Van Noswyn plays his violin next door and some dogs outside answer his play with barks. In the distance some trains pass King's Cross and their loud whistles are heard even in the steaming slums. Sometimes, the Big Ben chimes through the whispers of the rain.
It's tea time o'clock!
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List of audio files used:
- Dog bark by By Ronfont - www.freesound.org +)
- Train Whistle by eliasheuninck from http://freesound.org +)
- Ominous Church Bells by George Vlad of Alchemy Audio Design +)
- Horse and carriage by Hello Kapa +)
- Ravens of Stone District by Imr9 (freesound.org) +)
- Uncertain Homestead by mount and blade +)
- rain storm by rambler52 from http://freesound.org +)
- Chimney Fire 1nk by reinsamba from http://freesound.org +)