BRITAIN BUILDS LIGHT CARS: THE BRITISH AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY, UK, 1945
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A factory worker oversees the multidrilling of an engine block at a car factory, somewhere in Britain. According to the original caption, "at this works all power units are produced, assembled and tested in one section, which employs over 1,000 people and has an output capacity of nearly 2,000 cars and commercial vehicle engines per week. Engines progress through the machine shop on roller conveyors".