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Administrative documents including certificates, log books, letters and driving licences

This collection contains examples of administrative records and stationery produced by Transport for London, London Transport and predecessor companies. Some are unused, others are associated with individuals. Documents include driving licences, certificates, letters and contracts. The collection gives an insight into the working lives of transport staff from the nineteenth century to date.

The main responsibility for business records lies with Transport for London (TfL). To find out more about the business archives and how to access them, visit the TfL website https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/about-tfl/culture-and-heritage/corporate-archives

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