BRITISH GOODS IN US MARSHALLING YARDS: ANGLO-AMERICAN CO-OPERATION IN WARTIME BRITAIN, 1943
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British police check a lorry-load of all-British equipment as it leaves a US marshalling yard, somewhere in Britain, on its way to a neighbouring unit. Included in the shipment are tyres, lubricating oil, radiators and cotton waste. Driving the lorry is Pfc Walter Toye of 4609 Hedge Street, Philadelphia.