the streets are overcrowded in the 19th century. full of waste from the people within the town/ city.
*dying of cholera* the water taste like doo doo.
in the 19th century streets were overcrowded and full of waste, due to the lack of rules. which lead to the outbreak of diseases such as cholera, typhoid, typhus and smallpox. there were many animals on the street, such as horses and pigs. horses were used for transporting goods as they didn't have cars in the 19th century.
with small, compact areas in the medieval times disease was quick to spread so the government had to take action on public health in 1848. because of the poor living conditions and the lack of clean air/ water.
the streets are full of waste and rubbish which led to rat infestation