Monday, 5 December 2011

Evening Standard: "Pioneering first female Tube driver dies"

Link to Evening Standard

Hannah Dadds, the first woman to become a Tube train driver, has died aged 70, following a long illness.

Howard Collins, LU chief operating, who worked with Hannah and her sister, today paid tribute:
"Hannah Dadds changed the working life of women on the Tube, and the way in which many people viewed Tube drivers.

I had the great privilege of working with Hannah and her sister in the 1980s. They were a great team, positive and sensible about their role and pioneering responsibility.

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