Alternative text (alt text) is meant for readers who cannot see an image, such as blind readers and readers who use a text or mobile browser. It should summarize an image's purpose, and should not duplicate its caption. Every image should have alt text, except for purely decorative images, which should instead have "
The following table shows images and captions on the left, and alt text and captions on the right: the right column is what a visually impaired reader will hear. This table was computed from the copy of Underground Electric Railways Company of London cached on None.
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The routes of the UERL's three tube lines are shown: Baker Street and Waterloo Railway in brown, Charing, Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway in black and Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway in blue
A light-haired gentlemen with a handlebar moustache in a dark coat and wing collar
A large red-brick building with a double-pitched roof stretches into the distance. Two cylindrical chimneys reach high into the sky.
A red glazed terracotta building. The first storey above ground features four wide, storey-height semi-circular windows with smaller circular windows between above which is a dentil cornice. Below the two right-most windows, the station name, "Russell Square Station", is displayed in gold lettering moulded into the terracotta panels. A blue tiled panel above the entrance says "Underground".
A Dark-haired gentleman with a bushy moustache leans, arms crossed on a table. He is wearing a velvet smoking jacket and bow-tie. A dark curtain is behind him.
A map titled "London Underground Railways" showing each of the underground railway lines in a different colour with stations marked as blobs. Faint background detail shows the River Thames, roads and non-underground lines.
A balding, white-haired man wearing 1920s formal business attire (jacket and waistcoat with wing collar and tie) leans to his left on a table and looks directly at the viewer. His right hand rests in front of his left on the edge of the table next to some papers and a pen.
Two wings of a large white stone office building with regularly spaced rectangular windows. The building rises to twelve storeys, stepping back to a central tower surmounted by a clock and a flagpole.