National Geographic : 1941 Apr
Truck Drivers Help London Workers Reach Their Offices on Time In the early days of intensive aerial attack last September, transport facilities often were disrupted, and horsecarts, bicycles, and other makeshifts were adopted by thousands. Today communications are almost normal (page 497). Photographs from British Combine A Cleanly Subway Sleeper Mops Up Her Own Platform Space The friendly tube stationporter encourages such cooperation, for not all the occupants of London underground railway shelters are so neat. When daylight comes, a vast amount of litter and rubbish must beremoved.