by Ogden Nash
but a soft settee to sit on
and a cavalcade of commerce and trade
and a drummer to turn the wit on.
Stuyvesant chats with Kelly and Katz,
the professor warms to the broker,
and life is good in the brotherhood
of an air-conditioned smoker.
Called the "shortest railroad in the world" ferries passengers up and down Bunker Hill in L.A.