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England - This World of Ours
Description: A film about England in the late 1940s from the Carl Dudley series This World of Ours.

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Clip #: TFA-183B
Length: 8:09
Year: 1950
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Filmmaker: Carl Dudley
Region: Europe
Country: England
Original: 16mm
1950s, England, POV from train of countryside, cows in pasture, thatched roof cottage, white cliffs of Dover, ancient Roman lighthouse at Dover Castle, Windsor castle, statue of Queen Victoria outside Windsor Castle, policeman directing traffic, bus, Canterbury Cathedral, Stratford upon Avon, Shakespeare statue, Shakespeare's birthplace, Holy Trinity Church, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre sign, crew rowing on river, double decker buses, Birmingham, iron and steel mills, men throwing coal into furnace, railroad car with tank, Newcastle, River Tyne, docks, shipyards, steel, man with air hammer, ocean liner Queen Mary docks in Southampton, freighters at dock, exports, men loading bags, Coventry, automobile assembly line, Sheffield, silverware, sterling plate, woman polishing silver, tableware, Bradford, textiles, millworkers homes, woolen mills, textile mills, looms, weaving wool, railyard, coal trains, colliery, coalminers, coal carts coming out of mine, miners leaving mine, dirty faced miners, London, River Thames, Tower Bridge, Piccadilly Circus, Eros statue, bobbie policeman, railroad station, Golden Arrow streamliner train, St Paul's cathedral, changing of the guards, Whitehall Horse guards, 10 downing Street, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, double decker buses, Westminster Abbey

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