Transport strikes bring the country to a halt and bring the police and troops onto the streets.
Unused / unissued material -
Full title reads: "Civil War. London and Liverpool under Mob Law."
Intertitle reads: "London. Police Removing provisions from King's Cross Station".
Convoy of horse drawn wagons carrying provisions moving along road from King's Cross, with police escort past menacing crowds.
Intertitle reads: "Liverpool. Troops and mounted Police at work".
Civil forces, many on horseback, in the streets of Liverpool protecting vehicles from crowds and also breaking up large gatherings of strikers.
Cataloguer's Note: Transport strikes in 1911 and 1912 brought the country to a halt, not clear which year's strike this is from - MD.