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Swindon Works War Work, 22nd January 1942

Swindon Works War Work, 22nd January 1942.

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Female worker machining a 25 PDR shell. Work issued by Ministry of Supply.

Media ID 4037799

Date: 22nd September 2010

Source: STEAM Picture Library

Unique Reference Number: Swindon War Works album

Image Size: 2418 x 1716 Pixels

Filesize is 0.45MB

Associated Categories: Swindon Works of GWR

Associated Categories: Favourites

Associated Categories: War Workers

Associated Categories: Women

Associated Categories: Second World War

Keywords:  female  shell  swindon  war  works  ww 2


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