Found in The Art of Looking Sideways:
17.3.1974 7.25 p.m. Leeds-London train
The woman in the corner seat wears a green velvet coat trimmed with imitation fur, and knee-length maroon suede boots. She falls asleep, sinking into the corner of the seat. Her red velvet skirt slides up around her thighs; her mouth falls open and is reflected in the window, superimposed on the night landscape outside. The train runs parallel with a motorway: cars and lorries rush into her mouth, their headlights on full. She wakes up coughing.
Ian Breakwell’s Diary. 1964-1985