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Photo credit: East Grinstead Town Museum

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A young man in a bowler hat carrying broken branch across his shoulders walks to the left beside old man in a top hat carrying a walking stick and pumphandle with a paper under his arm. A labourer crawling under the weight of a sack follows. They are passing a brick wall stuck with posters. In the left background a partly visible man with a hat and an umbrella struggles in a dust storm. On the right, in the background a man, woman and horse sink in deep mud.

East Grinstead Town Museum

East Grinstead




oil on card


H 21 x W 26 cm

Accession number

EGRTM 135.6

Acquisition method

gift from P. D. Wood, 1993

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East Grinstead Town Museum

Old Market Yard, Cantelupe Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 3BJ England

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