The army uses amphibious vehicles to help the people in the flooded town of Maidenhead.
Full title reads: "Coalmen, Butchers, Drivers ... Now - The Army Takes Over Flood Towns".
MS CU Various shots of army amphibious vehicles (DUKWs) driving along flooded roads with rescued people.
CU a policeman giving directions into a microphone. CU an army signal corps man speaking into the microphone.
MS Civilians piling onto an army lorry.
CU a man in bathing trunks jacket and trilby hat carries belongings through the floods MS a woman in wellington walks through flood waters.
MS soldiers lifting an old woman into a rowing boat. CU elderly lady in boat.
LS a dog, marooned on a piece of wood. CU the dog being picked up by a girl in a boat. MS of a tank in the water.
MS A rowing boat full of bread being hauled by one of the soldiers and pushed by another. CU shopping is delivered by attaching it to a long pole poking from window which is then dragged inside.
MS Sacks of coal being loaded onto a jeep. MS a DUKW called Borden Flyer, delivers the milk. CU a nurse wades out to collect the milk from the DUKW. MS a DUKW drives off down a flooded road.