|Continental Holiday. The American Travel Guide to Europe. New York, 1961.|
Above, how they were marketed. Below, how they were made in 1939, and then in 1960. In the later photo, the two seated workers appear to be having a relaxed visit, totally unconcerned with being on camera for this publicity shot. Shades of the 1959 Peter Sellers' movie, I'm All Right Jack. The British way of life: nice work while it lasted. Or, to play with the caption, "Every few seconds, someone in the world screws ... someone else."
|W.G.V. Balchin (Consultant Editor). The Country Life Book of the Living History of England. Country Life Books, 1981.|
|Laurie Lee and David Lambert. The Wonderful World of Transportation. Garden City Books, 1960.|