Female Railway Workers in World War II

TitleFemale Railway Workers in World War II
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsMajor, Susan
Publisher Pen and Sword Transport
CityBarnsley
Abstract

During World War II women took on railway roles which were completely new to females. They worked as porters and guards, on the permanent way, and in maintenance and workshop operations. In this book Susan Major features the voices of women talking about their wartime railway experiences, using interviews by the Friends of the National Railway Museum. [Pen & Sword]

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