A worker drinks a cup of tea in a roadside cafe along the A59 near Sawley, northern England August 21, 2013. Snack vans can be found in lay-bys along main roads across Britain, offering motorists and ... more 
A worker drinks a cup of tea in a roadside cafe along the A59 near Sawley, northern England August 21, 2013. Snack vans can be found in lay-bys along main roads across Britain, offering motorists and other passers-by a cheap, independent alternative to conventional service stations. They can take the form of trailers, little vans, caravans or even converted buses, which tempt customers with hearty food including traditional "Full English" breakfasts, burgers and cups of tea. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TRANSPORT TRAVEL) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 21 OF 34 FOR PACKAGE 'BACON, BEANS AND TEA TO GO' SEARCH 'WERMUTH CAFE' FOR ALL IMAGES less 
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Reuters | Photo By STEFAN WERMUTH / REUTERS
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