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Waiters, chefs and kitchen hands at Londons Savoy hotel went on strike early today Featured Print

Waiters, chefs and kitchen hands at Londons Savoy hotel went on strike early today

Waiters, chefs and kitchen hands at London's Savoy hotel went on strike early today, it was decided that tables were to be left bare and underserviced in the private suites, restaurant and Grill room. Tickets has been detailed to guard every staff door and the taxi driver in entrance to warn the catering staff of the strike. The strikers are members of the London catering branch of the general and municipal workers union who claimed that 500 of the total staff of 800 are now in the union. The strike committee said "we have been forced to take this action after every other avenue of approach has been closed by the management."
Picture shows: Mrs Kaufmann, wife of a chef at the Savoy hotel, picketing outside the building this morning.
8 October 1946

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Working shaft in the Kilsby Tunnel 8 July 1937 The tunnel is located near the village Featured Print

Working shaft in the Kilsby Tunnel 8 July 1937 The tunnel is located near the village

Working shaft in the Kilsby Tunnel
8 July 1937
The tunnel is located near the village of Kilsby in Northamptonshire and opened in 1838 as a part of the London and Birmingham Railway. The tunnel took far longer, and cost far more money to build than had been anticipated. This was because the tunnel roof collapsed and the tunnel flooded unexpectedly due to quicksand which trial borings into the hill had not revealed. The excess water from the quicksand had to be pumped out, a process which took eight months.

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Pumps for draining the Kilsby Tunnel 8 July 1937 The tunnel is located near the Featured Print

Pumps for draining the Kilsby Tunnel 8 July 1937 The tunnel is located near the

Pumps for draining the Kilsby Tunnel
8 July 1937
The tunnel is located near the village of Kilsby in Northamptonshire and opened in 1838 as a part of the London and Birmingham Railway. The tunnel took far longer, and cost far more money to build than had been anticipated. This was because the tunnel roof collapsed and the tunnel flooded unexpectedly due to quicksand which trial borings into the hill had not revealed. The excess water from the quicksand had to be pumped out, a process which took eight months.

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