UNDERGROUND FACTORY: EVERYDAY LIFE IN AN UNDERGROUND FACTORY, PROBABLY SPRING QUARRY, CORSHAM, WILTSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1942
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Arthur Carr and his daughter tend to their seedlings in the allotment garden just outside their semi-detached bungalow, which is owned by the underground factory in which Arthur works. Mrs Carr and their son can be seen building a small dry stone wall in the background. According to the original caption, Mrs Carr and the children do most of the work in the garden as "Mr Carr works overtime, producing aero engines".