A Hundred Years Underground
The story of the Underground's first hundred years from the opening of its first line in 1863, including childhood reminiscences by John Betjeman and wartime recollections of sheltering in the tube by Henry Moore. B&W, 40 minutes. Plus: VICTORIA LINE--EQUIP AND COMPLETE (1969): The Victoria Line was the first fully-automatic passenger railway in Britain and the most advanced underground railway in the World when it opened in 1968. This film follows the final stages of train and station construction. United Kingdom, 1963, Color, 23 minutes. Two films on one videocassette, total running time 63 minutes.
Video Cassette available in NTSC