Commuters at the GWR's Southall Station, London, c 1907.
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Commuters waiting for the workmen's train at Southall Station. These trains were run into large towns in the early morning and returned in the evening. The fares were especially low, around 2d per day. In the early twentieth century 255 million journeys a year were made on workmen's trains.