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Fog (Dispersal)

Volume 415: debated on Tuesday 30 October 1945

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asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether any arrangements have been considered to make use of the equipment used during thewar for the dispersal of fog for civilian purposes, particularly at railway stations in London and elsewhere.

My right hon. Friend the Minister of War Transport is bringing this matter to the notice of the railway companies, in order that they may consider whether it would be practicable for them to provide for fog dispersal in this way. In present circumstances, however, the petrol supply position imposes a serious restriction on any developments.