A Double-decker open-top bus (number plate B8534) on route from Penzance to London during the railway strike. The picture also shows Farrows Bank Ltd. which collapsed financially in 1920. The premises were taken over by the National provincial Bank. In the foreground the drivers shelter can be seen. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan.
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