VAN GIRL: HORSE AND CART DELIVERIES FOR THE LONDON, MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY, LONDON, ENGLAND, 1943
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After lunch, Lilian Carpenter (left) and Vera Perkins collect items to be loaded into their horse-drawn van and taken back to the depot for onward transport by train. They are about to load a tea chest, collected from a building on the corner of Chitty Street, onto the LMS Railway Company van. A small cat is just visible behind Lilian, watching the proceedings from behind the railings.