MRS BUGLER GOES TO WAR: EVERYDAY LIFE IN EAST DEAN, SUSSEX, ENGLAND, 1943
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Mrs Bugler (right) waves goodbye to Jimmy Gilbert, grandson of Major Harding, the village squire, as he travels away with his uncle in a pony and trap. Mrs Bugler is standing outside Dennett's, the village store. The original caption states that because of petrol shortages, the pony and trap is now a "common sight in Britain".