1918

After the war, as Galloway Motors Ltd, and with Dorothée Pullinger as one of the directors and managers, the factory produced a light car for Arrol-Johnson, the Galloway, with a largely female workforce. In 1919 she set about learning all aspects of the business, beginning in the foundry of the Tongland factory, where she learnt core-making, moulding and casting.

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