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This filmed shows damaged London Underground C69 stock train units numbers 5532 & 5575 on train working No. T717 at Northwood station where they were taken away (by road) for scrap. Train working T717 was normally operated by A stock trains which were sent for scrap from Northwood. The reason for scrapping these four cars is that the the two units (which comprised 2 cars each) were involved in a side-swipe in Hammersmith Depot, and with the looming replacement of all C stock trains by the new S stock it was decided to scrap (rather than repair) the damaged trains. The film includes one car (6575) being taken away by flatbed lorry and ends with a few still images showing these trains through the years. This train represents a very rare working of a 4 car C stock train - although originally designed to be able to operate in 4, 6 or 6 car formations in the event they almost always operated in 6 car format. Also seen are some other trains passing by, including Chiltern Railways Classes 165 & 168, S stock trains and the A stock RAT (rail adhesion train) which is used to prevent falling autumnal leaves from creating a hazard in the steel rails.
My Final Year University Project - A Trip Down Aldwych. The London Underground has undergone many changes since its conception; lines and stations close to be replaced by newer, more efficient ones. But what actually becomes of these closed down stations? Do any still exist now? If so, what would it be like to visit one...? This video takes you on a visual journey through Aldwych, a disused station on a now defunct branch of the Piccadilly Line. I produced this as part of my 'TV Production' course at Bournemouth University. It was awarded a first. For more information on disused stations on the London Underground please visit http://underground-history.co.uk
A sped up cab ride from Birmingham New Street to London Euston. Shown in the late 1980s. Enjoy!
An alternative sightseeing trip round London, taking a look at some of it's quirkier sights. From the Mandella Tank to the Traffic Lights Tree. Directed, filmed and edited by me. Camden Castles Camera Operator: Barry Parker. Shunt work: White cranes installation- Serena Bobowski, Perceptive Error (backlight images on the wall) - Katriona Chapman, Paula Coakley, Sergio Galaviz, Susan Gregory, Masha Solon, Nick Huggins, Xenia Capacete, Simon Solon, Cassie Solon, Lawrie Solon, Christina Petrie,Susannah Cruton, Francis Campbell, Bandsalat (Video tower) - Susanne Dietz and The Hair Salon - Eleanor Barrett, Gemma Brockis and Serena Bobowski
short film about shoreditch station
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