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Buses Driven by Volunteers Seen Here in Oxford Street During the 10th Day of the General Strike

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Buses driven by volunteers seen here in Oxford Street during the 10th day of the General Strike. The police escort was there to deter strikers from tampering with the engine. The national dispute came about after negotiations between the miners and mine owners failed over wages and lock out, the strike began on 3 May 1926. Millions obeyed the strike call, bringing transport systems to a halt while newspapers were not printed. The government responding by using volunteers to run trains and buses and sent in troops to move supplies from the London docks. There were clashes between police and crowds in many areas and at least 4000 strikers were arrested. There were attacks on buses and trains, including the derailing of the Flying Scotsman. The strike was called off unilaterally by the TUC on 12 May with no guarantees of fair treatment for the miners who fought on to bitter defeat in October. 12th May 1926 This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Buses driven by volunteers seen here in Oxford Street during the 10th day of the General Strike. The police escort was there to deter strikers from tampering with the engine. The national dispute came about after negotiations between the miners and mine owners failed over wages and lock out, the strike began on 3 May 1926. Millions obeyed the strike call, bringing transport systems to a halt while newspapers were not printed. The government responding by using volunteers to run trains and buses and sent in troops to move supplies from the London docks. There were clashes between police and crowds in many areas and at least 4000 strikers were arrested. There were attacks on buses and trains, including the derailing of the Flying Scotsman. The strike was called off unilaterally by the TUC on 12 May with no guarantees of fair treatment for the miners who fought on to bitter defeat in October. 12th May 1926 This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Buses driven by volunteers seen here in Oxford Street during the 10th day of the General Strike. The police escort was there to deter strikers from tampering with the engine. The national dispute came about after negotiations between the miners and mine owners failed over wages and lock out, the strike began on 3 May 1926. Millions obeyed the strike call, bringing transport systems to a halt while newspapers were not printed. The government responding by using volunteers to run trains and buses and sent in troops to move supplies from the London docks. There were clashes between police and crowds in many areas and at least 4000 strikers were arrested. There were attacks on buses and trains, including the derailing of the Flying Scotsman. The strike was called off unilaterally by the TUC on 12 May with no guarantees of fair treatment for the miners who fought on to bitter defeat in October. 12th May 1926 This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Buses Driven by Volunteers Seen Here in Oxford Street During the 10th Day of the General Strike

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24" x 18" Photographic Print
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