American "WAACS" - are clever engineers and know how to handle rolling stock - 1918.
Probably filmed in United States of America.
Women in overalls, caps and trousers, working on railway line, shovelling something onto rail wagons. Two other women are pushing a small wagon loaded with timber along a line towards us. Other women help to unload the timber. Three women roll wheel axis along track. A supervisor woman watches two female workers painting the side of a railway wagon or coach. Women sawing and hammering wood.
Great footage of women workers during the war on the American home front. WAACs - Women's Army Auxiliary Corps.
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