UNDER FIRE - AS A REWARD: MORTAR BOMB PRODUCTION AND TESTING AT J & F POOL'S NO 1 WORKS, HAYLE, CORNWALL, ENGLAND, 1943
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Workers at the small factory of J & F Pool Ltd operate lathes to bore and face the nose ends of mortar bombs. This is the first operation carried out after delivery of rough castings from the foundry. A pile of rough castings can be seen in the background, awaiting work.