Taken from 'Nottinghamshire Magazine'; Vol. 4, February 1934. Shows crowds of people waiting for the '5.8 train. A scene enacted many times each day when the Munitions Works at Chilwell were in operation during the (First World) War'.
Image believed to have been taken 3 August 1918, just over a month after the Chilwell Shell Filling Factory explosion that left 139 dead and many injured on 1 July 1918. Information sourced from The Beeston and District Local History Society archive. (Many thanks to Peter Robinson for kindly providing this detail).