Museum to shed light on women who shaped transport in London
Project aims to explore untold stories of important women in male-dominated workforce
They include the women of Willesden bus garage who sparked a nationwide strike over equal pay in 1918, Joy Jarvis, who designed London Transport’s distinctive “roundel” seat fabrics, and Hannah Dadds, the first female tube driver.
The often untold or little-known stories of important women in the history of London transport are being highlighted as part of a new project, titled Where are all the women?
Source: Guardian Transport