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Description: Prominent landmarks, industries and culture of Great Britain in the 1960s.
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Clip #: TFA-267A
Length: 22:36
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Region: Europe
Country: England
Subject: Famous Buildings
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1960s, Great Britain, England, London, Big Ben and Boadicea statue on Westminster Bridge, Wiltshire, Stonehenge, male hiker looking at map and walking in direction of road sign pointing to Bignor and Londinium, aerial views Londinium, Hadrian's Wall, outline map of Great Britain superimposed over countryside near Hadrian's Wall, medieval castle, cathedral, South, sheep grazing near coast, North, Yorkshire Moors, Wales, green valleys, rugged hills, Scotland, Forth Bridge, Firth of Forth, animated map showing location of Great Britain related to Europe and North America and gulf stream path, rainy countryside, London, rainy street scene, traffic, double decker buses, cityscape with Tower Bridge over River Thames, skyline, Tower Bridge opening to let ship pass through, Tower of London, Beefeater, Yeomen Warder, dungeon, gibbet, Trafalgar Square, Landseer’s Lion Statues, Nelson's Column, fountains, Piccadilly Circus, street scenes, traffic, double decker bus, pedestrians, modern office buildings, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Royal Exchange, Bank of England, gold reserve, men stacking gold bars, Lloyd’s of London, doorman greeting man and pointing to location, underwriter signing and stamping aircraft insurance policy, pedestrians, farmer harvesting field, female farmer feeding pigs, dairy farming, dairy farm, cattle grazing in pastures, grazing sheep, port, importation, lamb carcasses imported from New Zealand being unloaded from cargo ship and stacked on dock, wheat from Canada and Australia, bananas from West Indies, exportation, exports, manufactured goods such as Massy Ferguson tractor and car being hoisted onto cargo ship, automobile manufacturing, sports car, Rolls Royce, workers assembling Rolls Royce Conway Bypass Engine, Super VC10 jet aircraft taking off from runway, Queen Mary ocean liner sailing into Port of Southampton, Scotland, shipyard on River Clyde, freighter being built, shipbuilders, sheet glass being manufactured, miners at work, coal mining, iron and steel industries, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan, Wales, Port Talbot Steelworks, steel mill, terraced stone houses that steelworkers and miners live in, factories near houses, Rhondda Valley 19th Century town skyline, outline map of England and Wales superimposed over rural valley nestled among mountains with sheep grazing near lake, shepherd opening gate to let sheep pass through, shepherd speaking Welsh, University of Wales, professor and students exiting Physical Sciences building, Scotland, pipe band marching at event, bagpipers, outline map showing Scotland, Edinburgh, Wales and England superimposed over Edinburgh Castle, Princes Street, skyline, cityscape, Highlands, mountains, steep-sided valley, misty lake, Highland cattle, Aberdeen Angus being herded, bull, water wheel, Scottish woolen industry, woollen mill, female worker processing wool on machine, male worker weaving tartan patterns on loom, girls and boys in traditional attire dancing Highland fling accompanied by bagpiper, England, gliding, gliders in flight, canopies being closed over pilots in cockpits, glider preparing to take off, boys playing cricket, private “public” schools, parents walking with teenage son on “public” school grounds, male student studying, state schools, children running on sports field, portraits smiling boys, teenagers and riding bicycles and motorcycles, universities, modern red-brick University building, students walking on campus, University of Cambridge, King’s College, King’s College Chapel, Bridge of Sighs, Oxford, University of Oxford, PAN historic campus buildings including Bodleian Library and University Church of St Mary the Virgin, modern Department of Engineering Science building, nuclear physicist students comparing microwave radiation data in lab, male students talking outside campus building, serene body of water nestled amongst trees, quiet village, thatched cottages near Norman church tower, husband and wife sitting outside with dog and having afternoon tea, Warwickshire, Stratford-upon-Avon, River Avon, Royal Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, white swan of Avon, Church of the Holy Trinity, Chapel, Shakespeare’s funerary monument, Shakespeare’s grave, quote from Richard II superimposed over Lord Ronald Gower Shakespeare Memorial, Landport, Portsmouth, Charles Dickens’ Birthplace Museum, room Dickens wrote David Copperfield, cat lying on desk next to Dickens bust, actors dressed in period attire reenacting Dickens characters while audience watches, lawyer exiting Law Society building, London, The Central Criminal Court of England and Wales, Old Bailey, statue of Lady Justice on top of Old Bailey dome, Royal Courts of Justice, Law Courts, "Defend the Children of the Poor & Punish the Wrongdoer” admonition above entrance, policewoman standing on street with arms crossed, lawyers, male barristers and solicitors talking together, barrister walking in formal procession, judge getting into car, Palace of Westminster, Parliament of the United Kingdom, River Thames, male policeman standing near Big Ben, member of House of Commons Christopher Mayhew standing near Palace of Westminster and talking about England’s political system, Trooping the Colour, Trooping the Color, ceremony, parade, procession, marching band, foot guards marching, horse guards, Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh riding horseback, Big Ben illuminated at night


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