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Glimpses of Britain
Description: A meeting of the International Friendship Club in Russia explores Great Britain.
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Clip #: TFA-360D
Length: 20:19
Year: 1976
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1970s
Region: Europe
Country: England
Subject: Street Scene
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1970s, 1976, Great Britain, International Friendship Club session, club members singing “This Land Is Your Land,” “only english is spoken here” sign, session, man who has recently toured Great Britain leading session and answering questions about Great Britain, animated map of United Kingdom, lowlands, mountainous area, Vice President starting movie projector, England, Heathrow Airport, TWA plane landing, planes taking off, packed parking lot, men and women inside terminal, woman waiting to board World Wind Tours bus as it approaches assembly point, London, tour bus driving over Tower Bridge, Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, pigeons in pigeons in, tour bus driving past Trafalgar Square, bus driving behind horse guard, bus POV Old Kentucky Restaurant and Safeway, man using pointer to point to cities on map of Great Britain, car POV driving on highway underneath road signs pointing towards Bolton and Preston on the M61 and Rochdale, Burry and Leeds on the M62, Preston, shops, British Leyland Motors Works, auto workers, Leyland buses, double decker buses, road sign, traffic cop, street scenes, policeman directing traffic on busy street, cobblestone streets, woman pushing child in pram across street, construction, pedestrians, women and children, driver helping woman load child inside pram into taxi, taxi driving away transporting woman and child still inside pram, Liverpool, factories, Black Country, coal mining, Coventry, car transporter, packed parking lot, Birmingham, Bull Ring Shopping Centre, Sheffield, steel mills, agriculture, Lowlands, flock of sheep grazing in pasture, dairy farming, cattle, dairy farms, farmers, tractor, stacked hay bales, Newcastle, ship yards, shipyard workers, working class, shipbuilding, London, fog obscuring buildings near Thames, birds perched on railing, River Thames, barges, boats, RRS Discovery, St. Paul's Cathedral, Tower of London, cannons, beefeaters, Tower Bridge, vehicles driving over Tower Bridge, Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, double decker buses, Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column, fountains, children and adults feeding pigeons, men walking dogs, woman talking to policeman, Piccadilly Circus, pedestrians looking at paintings displayed on fence, artists, people feeding ducks and swans in pond, man and woman horseback riding in park, people walking through park and sitting on park benches, London Zoo, animals, Petticoat Lane Market, Hyde Park, Speakers’ Corner, Ireland, Ulster, armored car, road sign pointing to Dublin in one direction and Belfast and Derry in other direction, protests, Buckingham Palace, Windsor Palace, Statue of Queen Victoria, man explaining United Kingdom political system to International Friendship Club members, Palace of Westminster, Parliament, House of Commons, Commons Chamber, Speaker’s Chair, House of Lords, Peers’ Chamber, Big Ben, London Stock Exchange, Bank of England, Whitehall, Fleet Street, Evening Herald, Daily Mirror building, Holborn Circus, Prince Albert equestrian statue, Victoria Centre, Royal Festival Hall, multistory garage, Post Office Tower, market, shopping area, people eating at table, produce for sale, pedestrians, shops

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