UNDERGROUND FACTORY: EVERYDAY LIFE IN AN UNDERGROUND FACTORY, PROBABLY SPRING QUARRY, CORSHAM, WILTSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1942
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A scene at the counter of the library of the hostel attached to the underground factory, probably at Corsham in Wiltshire. According to the original caption: "Other facilities include a theatre which serves as cinema and concert hall. There is some form of entertainment every day. During summer the recreation rooms are filled with flowers gathered from the surrounding countryside.