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vintage everyday: Vintage Photos of Women War Workers in the WWI

A woman driving a wagon and horses in north London during the first world war. The picture was taken on 16 August Photograph: Topical Press Agency/Getty.

Flower Girls in London 1907 | James Blah | Flickr

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - Edwardian Flower Seller in London - remember Eliza Doolittle, although that was set in the Victorian era

London's first woman bus conductor Mrs G Duncan, employed by Thomas Tilling in 1915, poses in front of one of the company's buses

"London's first woman bus conductor Mrs G. Duncan, employed by Thomas Tilling in poses in front of one of the company's buses." This was during I can guarantee she lost her job when the men returned from war;which happened in and Biddy Craft

London, 1943: A horse-drawn delivery van of the London, Midland and Scottish railway. After collecting another load from the depot, Lilian Carpenter (left) and Vera Perkins pause in a Square in Bloomsbury to allow "Snowball" the horse to drink from a trough.

Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer -- Horse-drawn delivery van of the London, Midland and Scottish railway halted in a sqaure in Bloomsbury during 1943 to allow the horse to get a drink.

London bobby circa 1910

City of London bobby circa 1910 - this is the uniform Harry Sawdon wore only a few years later as a WWI London Constabulary Special Constable, for which he later received the Freedom of the City.

American Diner | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

EMILY'S A juke box with a song from the fifties on it ---- (This is the only good thing I could find and I also have had this pin on my "Diners" board for a long time.) American Diner by Abrilon.music at the table

Women workers assembling artillery shells at a Vickers munitions factory, during the first world war.

Women war workers - in pictures

Credit: Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORB Women workers assembling artillery shells at a Vickers munitions factory, during the first world war.

A group of female workers at a shipbuilding yard on the River Clyde in Scotland during the First World War. 1917. Photographer: Lieutenant Ernest Brooks. IWM Q 19490.

A group of female workers at a shipbuilding yard on the River Clyde in Scotland during the First World War.

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