THE FIRST WORLD WAR
"In workshops... rigid discipline as to conduct should be established
from the very start, and carelessness on the part of either sex in relation
to the other should not be tolerated for a moment. So far as possible
women should be worked in groups and be segregated from the men."
The Railway Gazette 7 March 1915
Women using files to polish connecting and coupling rods for locomotives c.1918.
Milling machines: women milling coupling rods and spring links for locomotives.
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