Also, whereabouts would a 15-year-old female runaway in WWII-era England (around 1940) live if she were to go to the East End? What sort of things could she do for a living? (Keeping in mind she's a school drop-out and most likely homeless, or living with other long-time residents.)
And last but not least, what is the youngest age for one to become a school teacher in England circa 1946?
EDIT: The first paragraph has nothing to do with the 1940s. It is late 90s-today. Also, I mean driving routes. The person is being taken home from prison in a government-hired car and is/was quite wealthy and was once in service to the Queen, so she wouldn't be seen in the underground. I should also add that the goal is to witness the Changing of the Guard, so I may need a detour just to face the right side of Buckingham Palace.