Farmers drive wagons filled with milk cans, into Hyde Park. Volunteers help unload the milk cans and line them up along a walkway. Afterwards, they clean their hands in the park lake. A new slate speaks of need to conserve petrol. Men stand looking over stacks of petrol (gasoline) cans in another area of the park. Two trucks (lorries) drive between the stacks of cans. Scene reverts again to volunteers washing their hands in the lake, and to men moving cans of milk. Next, British soldiers in uniform, are seen helping to move milk cans. Scene changes to a long queue of men and women waiting for public transport. Double-decker buses move through the area. A glimpse of a train station, is followed by another look at the men washing hands in the lake. A line of empty trucks leaves the park. A final view of stacked milk cans. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
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