WOOLMORE STREET RESTAURANT: EATING OUT IN WARTIME LONDON, 1942
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Customers enjoy their lunchtime meal at the Woolmore Street British Restaurant in Poplar. Clockwise around the table nearest the camera are: 69 year old F Mann (a carpenter), 53 year old J Hall (demolition and iron recovery carman), 45 year old A Simmons (also working on iron recovery) and 77 year old T Hambly (served as a merchant seaman during the First World War). Many other workers can be seen at the tables in the background.