London in the 1960s & 1970s Dvd

A programme by Totally Archive.

As the name suggests all the footage on this dvd is archive amateur footage.

We do not pad out our dvds with contemporary footage or still photography – all ‘Totally archive’.

All the footage was shot on silent film but we include interesting informative commentary where appropriate.

In the last of our trilogy of DVDs featuring London, we visit some of the tourist sites like The Houses of Parliament.

Views include the Lord Mayor’s Show, railways, the much loved RT buses, fashion, Thames trip, Brixton, Battersea funfair, Kew Gardens, plus much more.

Public transport features prominently and we see the last of steam engines at Waterloo.

As well as modern diesel traction at Kings Cross and St. Pancras.

Buses are not forgotten and we witness the last run of the famous RT buses.

Plus take a trip to the skid pan at Chiswick works.

The advent of jets arriving at Heathrow to take over from the propeller driven craft.

We also take a trip up the Thames from the City to Kingston.

Approx. 57 minutes.

This dvd is being sold on behalf of and with full permission of the copyright owner - Totally Archive.

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