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The Ultimate A to Z Index of BBC-2 Trade Test Colour Films

Starting dates given are for the first regular appearance of a film in a BBC-2 Trade Test Colour Transmission. Final dates given are for the last showing of a film in a BBC-2 Trade Test Colour Transmission. All duration/running times are approximate.

List compiled and kindly supplied by Malcolm B.


ACROSS THE STREET, ACROSS THE WORLD

Rank Organisation Special Features Divison.
Sponsored by the Red Cross.
30 minutes duration
First showing 18th January 1964
Final showing 17th April 1964
This film shows the work of the British Red Cross at home and at its overseas branches in Hong Kong, Kenya and Uganda. Commentary by Tony Bilbow.
Made In 1963.


AFRICAN AWAKENING

World Wide Pictures
Sponsored by Unilever
36 minutes duration
First showing 11th January 1964
Final showing 11th April 1964
Developments in science, education and technology taking place in the independent West African nations of Nigeria, Ghana and Sierra Leone.
Made In 1962.


ALGERIAN PIPELINE

A BP / Greenpark Production
28 minutes duration
First showing 9th February 1970
Final showing 14th August 1973
A typical industrial type film showing the construction of the Algerian pipeline laid across the Sahara desert land in the late 1960’s.
Made In 1967.


AMONG THE PELICANS

A BP film
17 minutes duration
First showing 22nd December 1969
Final showing 16th September 1970
A look at the pelicans in Rumania


AMSTERDAM

A film by Herman van der Horst
Contemporary Films
21 minutes duration
First showing 27th January 1969
Final showing 26th August 1970
The flavour and character of Amsterdam in the 1950’s. with no commentary. Just the flavour of the church bells and the hurdy-gurdy music makes this film a little gem !


AN ACT OF FAITH

A BBC film.
23 minutes duration.
First showing 13th December 1962
Final showing 27th November 1963
A film version of a BBC programme about the story of the new Cathedral at Coventry. Starting with the blitz that destroyed the mediaeval church, it moves through all the stages of rebuilding and visits the studios of the artists concerned.
Commentary by Leo Genn.
Directed by John Read.
Made In 1962.


ANCIENT MONUMENTS – 1

Public Announcement Film Unit
7 minutes duration
First showing 7th November 1968
Final showing 14th February 1970
A selection of shorts pieced together focusing on Ancient Monuments around the British Isles


ANCIENT MONUMENTS – 2

Public Announcement Film Unit
12 minutes duration
First showing 30th October 1972
Final showing 31st May 1973
A further selection of shorts pieced together showing Ancient Sites around the British Isles


ATLANTIC PARKS

A National Film Board Of Canada Film
17 minutes duration
First showing 29th August 1968
Final showing 9th April 1973
A surreal sort of film focusing on Canada’s National Parks
Made In 1967.


BEAUTY IN TRUST

A Random Film Production for National Benzole
Part of “Our National Heritage” series of films
21 minutes duration
First showing 26th September 1959
Final showing 3rd August 1971
Sir John Betjeman narrates this and its sister film A Journey Into The Weald Of Kent with his usual intimate style. A splendid documentary looking at National Trust properties. Very stylish !!

Some of the places and properties visited: -

Made In 1959.


BEHIND THE SPACEMAN

United States Information Agency
16 minutes duration
First showing 17h April 1972
Final showing 16th May 1973
A look at the American space missions.
Produced and Directed by William C. Jersey.
Made In 1967.


BIRTH OF A RAINBOW

New Zealand Film Unit
Music by Bill Hoffmeister
18 minutes duration
First showing 9th July 1968
Final showing 8th August 1973
The story of Rainbow Trout on the fish farms in New Zealand.
Made In 1967.


BLOOD CAN WORK MIRACLES

A Shell Film
12 minutes duration
First showing 25th November 1967
Final showing 14th December 1967
Whilst appealing to all in normal health to act as regular blood donors, this films shows the ways in which blood is used to save life in accident surgery; open heart surgery; childbirth emergencies, etc.
Made In 1961


BORGO AND MOZZANO

A Shell Italiana Film
25 minutes duration
First showing 11th March 1968
Final showing 20th March 1968
A record of an experiment in agronomy devised and executed by Shell Italiana, centred on the community of Borgo a Mozzano, Tuscany, which comprises a small town and 16 outlying hamlets. A jeep, carrying two men drives along a Tuscan road. One is the designer of a forthcoming agronomic experiment, the other, later to be known by the villagers as "il dottore", will have the task of persuading the peasant community to use new and better methods of farming, etc.
Made In 1958.


BOTH WAYS TO BALLYMENA

A British Travellers’ Association Film. Telstar Productions.
13 minutes duration
First showing 6th November 1969
Final showing 24th July 1971
A scenic tour of Ireland. The film shows Northern Ireland as a peaceful place for a motoring holiday.
Made In 1969.


BRITAIN

A B.O.A.C. Film
Music by Herbert Chappell
Duration 26 minutes
First showing 25th August 1969
Final showing 22nd August 1973
A travelogue of Great Britain.


BULONG AND BOLA

A Shell Film
Music by Gus Steyn
16 minutes duration
First showing 24th August 1969
Final showing 21st August 1973
A film showing the Iban people of Sarawak in Western Borneo, S.E. Asia.
Bulong, a Sarawak farmer, takes his produce to market by river with his son, Bola. With an outboard motor they can make more journeys and more money, gradually improving their standard of living whilst the mobile clinic brings medical aid to all.
Made In 1964.


CANADIANS CAN DANCE !

National Film Board of Canada
21 minutes duration
First showing 23rd January 1968
Final showing 9th September 1971
From a festival of folk dances at the Canadian National Exhibition, a selection of dances by some of Canada's amateur groups Selection of folk dances at the Canadian National Exhibition.
Made In 1966.


CANTAGALLO

A Rank Short Films Group presentation for B.P.
Produced by Ray Elton
Written and Directed by Jeff Inman
Music by Kenny Graham
21 minutes duration
First showing 29th March 1971
Final showing 24th August 1973
Located between Milan and Rome in Italy is Cantagallo a busy motorway service station where we see a glimpse of everyday life in the hustle-bustle of the 1970’s.
Made In 1969.


The CAPTIVE RIVER

A Shell Film
28 minutes duration
First showing 9th November 1962
Final showing 7th April 1970
A film about the building of the Kariba Dam, its effect on the people and animals of the Zambezi Valley, and the rescuing of the animals.
Made In 1960.


CASE HISTORY

New Zealand Film Unit
15 minutes duration
First showing 4th March 1968
Final showing 2nd May 1970
Apples galore!
A film about the growing of, picking, processing, packing and exporting of New Zealand apples.


The CATTLE CARTERS

A BP/Greenpark Production
Music composed by Don Banks
Played by The Sinfonia of London
conducted by Marcus Dodds
Theme sung by Frank Ifield
28 minutes duration
First showing 3rd May 1971
Final showing 13th August 1973
The story of an Englishman named Wal Featherstone who travels to a town in Western Australia in the hope of finding a job. He meets up with a character called Brocky and their adventures begin….
Made In 1962.


The CHOICE

A Millbank production for I.C.I.
Directed by Ronnie Whitehouse
Produced by Gordon Begg
Music by Johnny Scott
25 minutes duration
First showing 24th May 1971
Final showing 21st August 1973
I.C.I. commissioned this mind provoking documentary in the early 1970’s which examined our environment and concern about the preservation of a healthy, clean world to live in.


CLEAN AIR

A Shell Film
21 minutes duration
First showing 15th November 1962
Final showing 16th March 1967
Deals with clean air and the action taken to fight against smoke in big cities.
Made In 1962.


The COACH TRAVELLERS

A Shell Film
20 minutes duration
First showing 10th May 1967
Final showing 9th September 1967
This film promotes travel by coach by showing a cross section of passengers who explain in their own words why they go by coach in preference to other forms of travel.
Made In 1965.


COLOUR

An I.C.I. Film
13 minutes duration
First showing 7th July 1969
Final showing 31st December 1970


COLOUR TELEVISION

A Mullard Film
15 minutes duration
First showing 4th December 1967
Final Showing 27th July 1968
TV manufacturer Mullard produced this film about the construction and technical aspects of assembling Colour Television sets as a forerunner to the more user friendly “It’s The Tube That Makes The Colour” . Not to be confused with “The Colour Receiver Installation Film” which was 12 minutes of animation narrated by Michael Aspel and shown three times a day !


THE CONTROLLERS

A Central Office Of Information Film
25 minutes duration
First showing 8th February 1964
Final showing 18th April 1964
Looking at air traffic controllers in the control rooms at Prestwick and London airports. Showing the intricate workings co-ordinating movement of civil and military aircraft over Britain and the emergency procedure when an unscheduled landing is made are made.
Music by Wilfrid Josephs.
Made In 1963.


COUPE DES ALPES

A Shell Film
Music by Malcolm Arnold
36 minutes duration
First showing 5th November 1962
Final showing 7th November 1968
This film was scheduled to be the final Trade Test Colour Film ever at 3.30pm on Friday 24th August 1973. But due to the Cricket coverage starting earlier at 3.05pm the last film ever shown was Giuseppina at 2.30pm. This film follows the progress of the 1958 Alpine Cup rally across southern Europe.
Made In 1958.


CRANWELL

A Central Office Of Information Film
27 minutes duration
First showing 4th January 1964
Final showing 6th April 1964
A film about the life and training of an air force cadet at the Royal Air Force Co llege, Cranwell.
Made In 1961.


CROSSROADS OF CIVILISATION

A Shand Pictures Production
19 minutes duration
First showing 25th January 1971
Final showing 20th August 1973
A Film about Cyprus. Starting in 8000 bc. at Khirikitia, the film tells the story of the history of the island to the present day, and traces the various civilisations which contributed to mould the Cypriot character.
Made In 1968.


CROWN OF GLASS

A Shell Film
Music by Misha Donat
15 minutes duration
First showing 11th April 1968
Final showing 17th August 1973
The design and construction of Liverpool’s Roman Catholic Cathedral.
The co-operation between artists John Piper and Patrick Reyntiens and the architect and engineer is shown, and also the use of an industrial epoxy resin to bond the glass.
Made In 1967.


The DAIRY INDUSTRY

New Zealand Film Unit
14 minutes duration
First showing 15th November 1971
Final showing 21st August 1973
A look at the dairy industry in New Zealand showing the butter productions and the co-operative farming and milk production.
Made In 1970.


DETERGENTS UP TO DATE

A Shell Film
19 minutes duration
First showing 22nd August 1966
Final showing 22nd August 1966
(Only The One Showing)
The uses and advantages of modern synthetic detergents. The problems of foaming and the scientific remedy proposed by further research.
Made In 1964.


DEVON- COUNTY FOR ALL SEASONS

Production By Westfilms Of Bristol For The Devon Tourist Board.
22 minutes duration
First showing 25th September 1972
Final showing 21st August 1973
The county of Devon, with its variety of coastline and scenery and its contrasting resorts and picturesque villages, quiet moorland and formal gardens. A look at the attractions of the County of Devon for a holidaymaker.
Made In 1972.


DIAVOLEZZA

A B.P. Film
13 minutes duration
First showing 8th September 1959
Final showing 11th May 1968
Following the work of a conductor on one of the cable cars of the cable railway in the Engadine, Switzerland.
Narrated By Bernard Miles.
Made In 1958.


DIESEL TRAINRIDE

A British Transport Film
10 minutes duration
First showing 3rd October 1968
Final showing 27th January 1969
A train ride through the English countryside, as seen through the forward windows of a diesel coach.
Made In 1959.


DISCOVERY OF A LANDSCAPE

A BBC film
29 minutes duration
First showing 18th March 1963
Final showing 5th November 1963


DIVERTIMENTO

Verity Films Production For B.P.
7 minutes duration
First showing 29th December 1969
Final showing 20th August 1973
With the music Divertimento for flute, oboe and clarinet from
Malcolm Arnold composed in 1952 the visual content of this film
is explained only by the caption at the start: “To those seeking
wider knowledge of the ways and uses of oil, the microscope reveals
a world of beauty”.
This film is also known as “Oil Under The Microscope”.
Made In 1968.


DOWN TO THE SEA

A BBC film
29 minutes duration
First showing 2nd April 1963
Final showing 24th November 1963


A DREAM OF NORWAY

A British Transport Film
18 minutes duration
First showing 11th March 1968
Final showing 3rd August 1968
With the music of Edvard Grieg this tour of the western fjords attempts to attract the British public to holiday in Norway.
Commentary By Paul Le Saux.
Made In 1961.


ELECTRON MICROSCOPY

An AEI Film.
22 minutes duration
First showing 13th January 1964
Final showing 16th April 1964
This film shows the purpose and construction of an electron microscope and a number of its uses in research and industry.
Made In 1961.


ELECTRONS IN HARNESS

Produced By Verity Films For Mullard.
50 minutes duration
First showing 27th August 1965
Final showing 2nd December 1965
(Only Two Showings)
A film showing the research into electronics at Mullard's factory.
Commentary by Michael Hordern.
Directed by Michael Cons.
Made In 1965.


THE EMPTY SEAT

A Random Film Production
Sponsored by Shell-Mex and BP
23 minutes duration
First showing 22nd August 1966
Final showing 23rd August 1966
(Only Two Showings).
Three different types of driver reveal their faults to an invisible driving instructor. A demonstration of safe driving and car care is given by the Metropolitan Police driving school at Hendon and the offenders are seen applying these methods to their own driving.
Commentary by Robert Raglan.
Made In 1965.


The ENCHANTMENT OF CAPRI

An Aldolfo Pizzi Film
18 minutes duration
First showing 5th January 1970
Final showing 27th November 1971
Showing the beauty of the island of Capri.


The ENGLISH GARDEN

An I.C.I. / Millbank Production
21 minutes duration
First showing 28th December 1968
Final showing 6th March 1969
A film about the preparation of the gardening centre at Syon Park, Osterley, Middlesex described by Percy Thrower, where Britain's first permanent horticultural exhibition was opened in June 1968. On display are large ranges of bulbs, plants, shrubs and gardening equipment and machinery.
Made In 1968.


EVENTFUL BRITAIN

A British Travel Association Film.
25 minutes duration
First showing 25th March 1967
Final showing 23rd August 1967
Reviews many of the events in the tourist's "Calendar" in Britain - including Trooping the Colour, Henley, Cowes, Royal Tournament, Goodwood, Old Crocks Race and the Cup Final.
Made In 1954.


EVOLUON

A Carillon film for Philips
12 minutes duration
First showing 17th February 1969
Final showing 14th August 1973
A trip around the state of the art technological exhibition at Eindhoven in Holland. Vocals and electronic sound effects take preference over any commentary which isn’t really needed as the pictures speak for themselves
Made In 1968.


EXPO ’70

Australian News & Information Film Unit
10 minutes duration
First showing 5th February 1973
Final showing 14th August 1973
A look at the Expo 70 exhibition held in Osaka, Japan.


FACES OF AUSTRALIA

A Josef Geesink Production For Caltex Petroleum.
27 minutes duration
First showing 18th January 1971
Final showing 16th August 1973
An Australian travelogue looking at life in modern Australia and at the people from many nations, cultures and backgrounds, who are creating a future for the development of the country.


FISHERFOLK OF BOMBAY

A Burmah Shell Film / Art Films Of Asia.
19 minutes duration
First showing 7th January 1964
Final showing 11th April 1964
This film looks at life amongst the Kohli fishermen of Bombay. (A Film In The Folk Dances Of India Series).
Made In 1957.


A FLIGHT OF FANCY

Market Films / Film Centre International for B.O.A.C.
6 minutes duration
First showing 4th August 1969
Final showing 23rd June 1972
A compilation of air-to-air sequences of a VC10 intercut with air-to-ground shots of a series of widely differing landscapes, suggesting an escape to a sunnier world!
Made In 1968.


FORTH BRIDGE

A Random Production for Shell-Mex/B.P.
20 minutes duration
First showing 11th March 1967
Final showing 11th March 1967
(Only Two Showings)
A description of the building of the Forth Road Bridge explaining the engineering principles involved, and the intricate work which had to be carried out in situ in all weathers. Music by Wilfred Josephs. Commentary by Alec Clunes.
Made In 1967.


FOUR MEN OF INDIA

A World Wide Picture for Unilever.
36 minutes duration
First showing 3rd September 1968
Final showing 29th March 1969
Four employees of the sponsor's associated company Hindustan Lever are seen living and working in the Rajasthan Desert, tropical Kerala, the Kulu Valley and Calcutta. Some of the country's customs are shown against the background of slowly advancing industry.
Made In 1967.


GIUSEPPINA

A James Hill production for B.P.
28 minutes duration
First showing 7th October 1968
Final showing 24th August 1973 at 2.30pm and in fact the very last Trade Test Colour Film ever shown !!
Antonia Scalari as Giuseppina
Giulio Marchetti as Signor Rossi
Associate producer Massino Saraceni
Script/Direction by James Hill
Music by Jack Beaver.
Probably second favourite for most people of all trade test colour films, just pipped by it’s sister film The Home-made Car, this is a delightful tale about a bored young Italian girl living through the Summer of 1966 at her father’s petrol station where daily life carries on without much excitement. Giuseppina sees people come and people go and we eavesdrop on this quaint out in the sticks service station the its comings and goings. For me, the classic line comes towards the end of the day when Beppe, a local five year old boy stops and asks Signor Rossi to fill up his toy car. Giuseppina’s dad obliges and takes care and time over Beppe. After he has gone Giuseppina turns to her dad and says “Why bother with Beppe, he’s only five, not a bit important?” Signor Rossi turns to his daughter and says “Everyone is important Giuseppina……Everyone.”
Made In 1959.


The GOLD MINERS

A Film Of Africa Production
21 minutes
First showing 27th December 1968
Final showing 2nd June 1969


The GOLDEN CRESCENT

A Rayant Pictures Production.
27 minutes duration
First showing 7th September 1970
Final showing 30th December 1970
A film about modern and ancient Turkey showing the impression made by man on the landscape.
Made In 1960.


The GRASS GROWERS

New Zealand Film Unit
11 minutes duration
First showing 17th August 1970
Final showing 22nd August 1973
New Zealand farmers are basically grass growers who produce 90% of their country 's exports. This film shows how four farmers make the best use of their land.
Made In 1969.


The GROWING FLAME

A Shell Film
10 minutes duration
First showing 19th March 1968
Final showing 16th August 1969
The research and development of the technique of carbon dioxide enrichment of market gardening.
Made In 1965.


HANDLE WITH CARE

A Shell Film
23 minutes duration
First showing 12th March 1963
Final showing 20th November 1963
This film demonstrates the importance of packaging. Following a packing case on a difficult voyage from the factory to the docks, across the ocean, on to a river steamer and travelling across mountain tracks.
Directed by Geoffrey Hughes.
Made In 1952.


THE HEART IS HIGHLAND

A BTF British Transport Film
20 minutes duration
First showing 6th November 1962
Final showing 11th April 1964
This classic British Transport film shows the lives of the people of the Highlands of Scotland, linking present developments in industry, agriculture and transport with the country's past.
Made In 1952.


HIGHLAND PLAYGROUND

A British Traveller’s Association Film
11 minutes duration
First showing 31st March 1969
Final showing 9th August 1973
Two films showcasing the Scottish Highlands were made at much the same time: Highland Playground and Highlands In The Sun.
Highland Playground is a more dynamic film set in and around the ski resort of Aviemore.
Made In 1968.


HIGHLANDS IN THE SUN

A British Travellers’ Association Film
11 minutes duration
First showing 5th May 1969
Final showing 17th August 1973
Two films showcasing the Scottish Highlands were made at much the same time: Highland Playground and Highlands In The Sun. Highlands In The Sun takes a relaxed “Scottish heritage” look at the great outdoors and the various sporting facilities available in the Cairngorms.
Made In 1968.


HOLD BACK THE SEA

A Royal Dutch Shell Film
28 minutes duration
First showing 7th January 1964
Final showing 6th April 1964
This film is about the natural and man-made forces that have shaped the Netherland's coastline.
Made In 1960.


The HOME-MADE CAR

A James Hill production for B.P.
28 minutes duration
First showing 28th August 1963
Final showing 23rd August 1973
Starring Ronald Chudley, Caroline Mortimer,
Alice Bowes as Auntie and Sandra Leo as the little girl.
Production Manager Angela Levy
Script/Direction James Hill
Music by Ron Grainer
Probably the most well-known and much loved of all the trade test colour films was this delightful half-hour film about the assembly of a Bull Nosed Morris. Ron Grainer’s musical adaptation of his tune Mexican Marmalade meanders through the whole film without any need for commentary. This simple little story is a real gem.
Made In 1963.


HOOK, LINE AND SINKER

An Esso Film
Music by Clifton Parker
19 minutes duration
First showing 22nd January 1964
Final showing 3rd June 1969
This documentary film covers the maiden voyage of the 'Glenstruan' a great line fishing vessel from Aberdeen to within the Arctic Circle and back again.
Made In 1959.


HOW A MOTOR CAR WORKS – Part One – The Engine

A Shell Film
16 minutes duration
First showing 27th January 1968
Final showing 14th August 1973
The ultimate mechanical industrial short documentary !!
Note that Part Three of this film “A Question Of Springing” was also shown.
Made In 1961.


HYDRAULIC POWER TRANSMISSION

A Random Production for Shell-Mex and B.P.
28 minutes duration
First showing 25th March 1964
Final showing 21st April 1967
The history and development of both hydrostatic and hydrokinetic systems from 1790 to the present day, explaining how they work and giving examples of the uses to which they can be put.
Made In 1963.


IMPRESSIONS OF… EXPO ‘67

National Film Board Of Canada
8 minutes duration
First showing 26th April 1968
Final showing 29th July 1971
The exhibition held in Toronto, Canada.
Made In 1967.


IT’S THE TUBE THAT MAKES THE COLOUR

A Mullard Film
18 minutes duration
First showing 6th May 1968
Final showing 22nd August 1973
This was the film that replaced Mullard’s “Colour Television”. A more user friendly look into the manufacture of Colour TV Sets.
Made In 1968.


JAMAICA - NO PLACE LIKE HOME

From the Jamaica Tourist Board
Duration 16 minutes
First showing 9th February 1970
Final showing 26th March 1970
Travelogue on Jamaica.


JAPAN - SEASON BY SEASON

Japan Tourist Film Organisation
28 minutes duration
First showing 21st November 1968
Final showing 7th August 1969
A travelogue.
Made In 1968.


JAPAN - The BEAUTIFUL

A Shohiku Company Production
27 minutes duration
First showing 1st March 1971
Final showing 15th December 1971
Festivals, customs and daily life in modern Japan.
Made In 1965.


JOURNEY INTO HISTORY

A BTF British Transport Film
11 minutes duration
First showing 14th November 1962
Final showing 26th November 1963
This film explores the world of 18th century England, as seen through visits to art galleries, museums and old houses in and around London.
Musical score by Sir Arnold Bax and The Philharmonia Orchestra.
Made in 1952.


A JOURNEY INTO THE WEALD OF KENT

A Random Film Production for National Benzole
Part of “Our National Heritage” series of films
21 minutes duration
First showing 5th November 1962
Final showing 24th August 1973
Sir John Betjeman narrates this and its sister film Beauty In Trust with his usual intimate style. A wonderful meander through the hop fields of Kent.

Some of the places visited: -

Music by Elisabeth Lutyens
Made In 1959.


KERMESSE FANTASTIQUE

A Philips Film Produced By Joop Geesink’s Film Produktie Dollywood.
10 minutes duration
First showing 4th October 1969
Final showing 8th December 1970
A clay-model stop-frame animation film. The central character sits alone in a room listening to a radio broadcast of a piece of music called ‘Kermesse Fantastique’. He is transported by the music to the fantastic funfair itself, where he literally has a roller-coaster, helter-skelter adventure
Music by Georges Auric’s Les Six.
Made In 1951.


L. FOR LOGIC

A Central Office Of Information Film
13 minutes duration
First showing 24th July 1973
Final showing 7th August 1973
A film about the UK Driving Test.
Made In 1972.


LA COTE D’HIVER

Production Details: unknown
15 minutes duration
First showing 23rd September 1968
Final showing 7th November 1968
“The coast in winter” A trip along the French Riviera.


LAND OF THE SUN RETURNING

A Unicorn Production
27 minutes duration
First showing 13th September 1971
Final showing 7th August 1973
A film about the Philippines.


LAND RECLAMATION

A B.P. / Shell Mex Film
A Random Production
22 minutes duration
First showing 22nd August 1966
Final showing 20th July 1972
How new techniques are enabling farmers to reclaim farm land which nature has encroached.
Made In 1959.


LIGHT

A film by Hattum Hoving for Philips
Production Multifilm, Holland
16 minutes duration
First showing 10th April 1972
Final showing 20th August 1973
Opening with Haydn’s Creation, this film explores the many forms of light and it’s uses, including sunlight, artificial lights and laser beams and its effect on everyday living.
Made In 1970.


LONDON’S COUNTRY

A BTF British Transport Film
20 minutes duration
First showing 16th January 1964
Final showing 27th March 1964
Showing Londoner’s recreation in the home counties, featuring archery at Sevenoaks, riding at Knole park, morris dancing at Westerham and a look in the Rochester Dicken’s houses.
Made In 1954.


LURE OF THE BAHAMAS

A Sound Magic Production
27 minutes duration
First showing 28th October 1968
Final showing 24th March 1969
This films shows the tourist attractions on Nassau, the capital city of the Bahamas and its resort islands.
Made In 1966.


MACHINES ON THE FARM

A Shell Mex / BP Film
29 minutes duration
First showing 10th November 1962
Final showing 17th April 1967
This film highlights the development and uses of modern farm machinery.
Made In 1961.


MOUNTAIN ROAD

Central Office Of Information Film.
25 minutes duration
First showing 11th July 1967
Final showing 13th July 1967
(Only Two Showings)
Produced as an aid to the recruitment of officers for the Women's Royal Army Corps. This film tells the story of a young WRAC officer faced with a dramatic situation.
Made In 1962.


MULTIPLICITY

A Crawley Film Production
26 minutes duration
First showing 4th January 1972
Final showing 22nd August 1973
Transport by rail, road, sea and air across the length and breadth of Canada. A film showing the activities of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Music by Larry Crosley.
Made In 1969.


NETWORK

An A.E.I. Film
28 minutes duration
First showing 4th January 1964
Final showing 17th June 1968
A film about telecommunication and shipping. How the world network of radio, telephone and teleprinter serves a ship in need of engine replacements.
Made In 1962.


NEWSPAPER RUN

A BP / Rayant Pictures Production
19 minutes duration
First showing 21st January 1964
Final showing 10th April 1964
This film shows how aircraft are used for the transportation of newspapers in Sweden from Stockholm to the frozen north.
Made In 1961.


NO CLAIMS BONUS

A Central Office Of Information (CCI) Film
5 minutes duration
First showing 9th December 1966
Final showing 25th January 1967
The work and purpose of the V-bomber force
Commentary By Gary Watson.
Made In 1963.


The NORTH SEA QUEST

A B.P. Film
Music by Peter Jeffries
16 minutes duration
First showing 17th November 1969
Final showing 24th August 1973
The North Sea and its pioneers who made the first gas explorations,
sometimes against all odds. A tribute to the rig “Sea Gem” which capsized in 1965.
Made In 1967.


NORTH WEST 200

A Random Production For The Irish Tourist Board, Shell-Mex And B.P.
13 minutes duration
First showing 31st March 1967
Final showing 24th November 1967
The 1958 motor cycle road races in Ulster.
Made In 1958.


OFF THE BEATEN TRACK

A British Transport Film.
17 minutes duration
First showing 10th July 1967
Final showing 10th July 1967
(Only One Showing)
This film shows the way British Railways cater for Youth Hostel tourists. Music by Elisabeth Lutyens. Commentary by Paul Le Saux.
Made In 1960.


OIL UNDERGROUND

A Shell Film
17 minutes duration
First showing 10th May 1967
Final showing 22nd August 1973
Oil exploration film shows how a reservoir engineer obtains the maximum production of oil in the most economical way.
Made In 1960.


OMNIBUS (OMNIBUS FOR ALL)

A British Transport Film
Music by Kenneth V. Jones
18 minutes duration
First showing 5th July 1967
Final showing 27th November 1967
For the benefit of the bus and coach industry, architects and town planners,
this film tours the whole country seeking out ways of improving traffic congestion and improving public transport systems.
Made In 1963.


ON THE SAFE SIDE

An Atomic Energy Association Film (U.K.A.E.A.)
18 minutes duration
First showing 1st May 1968
Final showing 17th July 1973
A film showing safety precautions undertaken in a UK power station.
Made In 1967.


ONE JUMP AHEAD

A GPO / Littleton Park Production
9 minutes duration
First showing 3rd April 1970
Final showing 15th August 1973
A film about technology in Britain’s postal service. How electronically controlled machines have been developed to segregate the different classes of mail and send them ready for dispatch to their destination, as demonstrated at the Norwich GPO. The new concept of postal coding is explained and how the use of these codes enables machines to speed up the handling of letters.
Music by Edwin Astley.
Made In 1967.


ORAONS OF BIHAR

A Burmah Shell Film / Art Films Of Asia.
16 minutes duration
First showing 18th January 1964
Final showing 17th April 1964
This film follows the daily life, work, festivals, and traditional dances of the Oraon tribe, one of the aboriginal peoples from the Bihar State of India.
(A Film In The Folk Dances Of India Series).
Made In 1958.


OUR NATIVE SHORE

An Esso Film
28 minutes duration
First showing 13th January 1964
Final showing 7th April 1964
This film shows some scenery, traditions, life and activities along the coast line of Great Britain.
Made In 1956.


OVERHAUL

A British Transport Film
Music by Kenneth V. Jones
16 minutes duration
First showing 10th January 1964
Final showing 1st December 1967
A guided tour of the once famous Aldenham bus overhaul works of London Transport in the 1950’s. A real enthusiasts film!
Made In 1957.


PAINT

A Shell Film
Music by Donald Fraser
25 minutes duration
First showing 7th February 1968
Final showing 23rd August 1973
Painting techniques are illustrated musically, imitations of ancient instruments for Egyptian art, pentatonic harmony for Japanese lacquerware and an 18th Century pastiche for an elaborately decorated harpsichord. Sit and watch it all dry!!!
Commentary By Gary Watson.
Made In 1967.


PAN-TELE-TRON

A Philips Film
10 minutes duration
First showing 6th March 1970
Final showing 17th August 1973
A Pearl & Dean Cartoon about telecommunications.
Music by Frank Cordell.
Made In 1957.


A PEACEFUL REVOLUTION

An A.E.I. Film
26 minutes duration
First showing 8th January 1964
Final showing 12th March 1971
New life and ways in India, showing development in industry and agriculture..
Made In 1961.


PEMBROKESHIRE - MY COUNTY

An Esso Film
26 minutes duration
First showing 16th January 1964
Final showing 16th February 1968
A tour of Pembrokeshire, capturing the Preseley Hills, St. David's Cathedral, Caldy Island and sea birds in the nature reserves.
Narrated By Hywel Davies.
Made In 1960.


PEOPLE PLUS LEISURE EQUALS

A Film in “Our National Heritage” series.
A Pilot Films Production for National Benzole Shell Mex/B.P.
29 minutes duration
First showing 18th June 1973
Final showing 8th August 1973
How people cope with more leisure time and the environment.
Made In 1968.


THE PHOENIX TOWER

A BICC / CAS Production
39 minutes duration
First showing 14th March 1964
Final showing 13th April 1964
The preparation and erection of the television tower on the old Crystal Palace site. An example of a high building of steel.
Made In 1957.


PICCOLO, SAXO AND COMPANY

A Philips Film / Joop Geesink’s Dollywood Production Unit.
14 minutes duration
First showing 14th April 1964
Final showing 26th August 1965
A puppet film illustrating the instruments of the orchestra.
Made In 1959.


A PLACE TO LIVE

A Swedish Institute Film
18 minutes duration
First showing 1st June 1970
Final showing 22nd January 1971
A portrait of Sweden and its architecture.
Music by Bo Nilsson.


POWER BOAT ‘66

A B.P Film
23 minutes duration
First showing 12th August 1968
Final showing 13th May 1970
The 1966 Daily Express International Offshore Power Boat Race in the Solent.
Made In 1966.


THE POWER TO FLY

A Shell Film
20 minutes duration
First showing 7th November 1962
Final showing 22nd June 1967
A Hallas & Batchelor Animation telling the story of aviation from Daedalus to jets.
Made In 1954.


THE POWER WE NEED

The National Coal Board Film Unit
13 minutes duration
First showing 17th January 1964
Final showing 13th April 1964
This film looks at the economic future of the coal industry in relation to other sources of power. Includes footage of Beverscotes Colliery, Nottinghamshire.
Made In 1963.


The PROMISE OF PAKISTAN

A Rayant Picture for Caltex.
27 minutes duration
First showing 2nd November 1970
Final showing 30th March 1971
An outline of ancient and modern Pakistan showing its economic, social life and customs. Commentary by Deryck Guyler.
Made In 1965.


PROSPECT FOR PLASTICS

A Shell Film
28 minutes duration
First showing 8th August 1963
Final showing 7th November 1972
Industrial film documentary about the influx of plastics on our lives.
Music by Stanley Myers.
Commentary by Gordon Henry Davies.
Made In 1962.


A QUESTION OF SPRINGING

A Shell Film
17 minutes duration
First showing 9th November 1962
Final showing 1st March 1967
Sister film to How A Motor Car Works, examining suspension springing in motor vehicles.
Made In 1961.


A QUESTIONING CITY

A British Travel Association Film.
21 minutes duration
First showing 9th November 1962
Final showing 12th April 1967
The two faces of Cambridge, the city of beauty and ancient tradition and the home of the questioning scientific spirit.
Commentary spoken by Sir Michael Redgrave.
Made In 1959.


RIDE THE WHITE HORSES

A Ford Film Unit Production
25 minutes duration
First showing 3rd August 1970
Final showing 21st August 1973
The 1969 powerboat race around the coast of Britain.
Music by Jeff Wayne.
Made In 1969.


THE RIGHT LINE

A BP Film for R.H.R. Productions.
26 minutes duration
First showing 8th January 1964
Final showing 9th April 1964
An introduction to the sport of motor-cycle racing with Bob MacIntyre along with scenes of trials and scenes of road racing.
Made In 1961.


RISK

A World Wide Pictures Production on behalf of the Stenhouse Group
14 minutes duration
First showing 25th April 1969
Final showing 25th November 1971
A film showing the scope of international insurance broking The ever-present risks to which human and animal life is subject and how insurance can compensate when these risks become reality.
Commentary by John Westbrook.
Made In 1966.


THE RIVAL WORLD

A Shell Film
24 minutes duration
First showing 8th November 1962
Final showing 21st August 1967
Depicts the human struggle against hunger and sickness. Insects outnumber man by 50 million to one and are man's rival for food. Man has interfered with the balance of nature and now can only come to terms with his rivals by using organised scientific methods of control. Examples are drawn from many parts of the world, including the desert locust in East Africa and the use of aircraft against them.
Music by James Stevens.
Made In 1955.


ROADS TO ROAM

New Zealand Film Unit
13 minutes duration
First showing 18th March 1968
Final showing 15th August 1973
A film showing the development of transport systems in
New Zealand.
Made In 1967.


ROSEWORLD ’71

New Zealand Film Unit
10 minutes duration
First showing 3rd July 1973
Final showing 20th August 1973
A film about the World's first Rose Convention held in Hamilton, New Zealand in 1971.
Made In 1973.


ROUTE BURN

New Zealand Film Unit
10 minutes duration
First showing 8th January 1973
Final showing 21st August 1973
This film follows walkers making the Routeburn walk around New Zealand's National Park territory in just three days.
Made In 1972.


ROYAL RIVER

British Travel Association Film
17 minutes duration
First showing 30th March 1967
Final showing 23rd November 1967
Along the river viewing Windsor Castle and other Royal Gardens and Palaces along the way.
Made In 1960.


RUN AWAY TO SEA

An Athos Film Production
Music by Christopher Gunning
22 minutes duration
First showing 27th December 1968
Final showing 8th September 1970
A fantasy P & O cruise on the Canberra.
Made In 1968.


RURAL AREAS

A Shell Film
23 minutes duration
First showing 24th November 1965
Final showing 24th November 1965
(Only The One Showing)


SCHLIEREN

A Shell Film
18 minutes duration
First showing 31st May 1963
Final showing 31st May 1963
(Only Two Showings On One Day!)
An explanation of Schlieren photography, which makes any phenomenon that changes the refractive index of transparent substances visible. Its use for photographing shock-waves around aircraft models in wind tunnels.
Directed by Peter De Normanville.
Made In 1958.


The SEA OF TRIESTE

A film from Italy
15 minutes duration
First showing 23rd March 1970
Final showing 6th January 1972


SEPTEMBER SPRING

A World Wide Picture for BP
18 minutes duration
First showing 22nd August 1966
Final showing 22nd March 1967
The half completed Snowy Mountain scheme in New South Wales and Victoria is a twenty-five year project to harness the waste waters of the mountains for hydro-electric power and irrigation of the barren interior. The transformation of this Australian landscape is described.
Made In 1964.


SEVERN WESTWARD

A SCF / BBC Production
25 minutes duration
First showing 6th November 1962
Final showing 27th November 1963


The SHADOW OF PROGRESS

A BP/Greenpark Production
Music by Wilfred Josephs
24 minute duration
First showing 22nd February 1971
Final showing 23rd August 1973
In meeting the demands for a richer and fuller life technology has polluted and destroyed much of his environment. This film illustrates this paradox and indicates some of the possible solutions.
Made In 1970.


SKYHOOK

A B.P. / James Hill Production
17 minutes duration
First showing 26th September 1959
Final showing 4th October 1971
A film about the use of helicopters to transport an oil-drilling rig to a prospecting site deep in the Papua New Guinea jungle.
Music by Jack Beaver.
Commentary by Bernard Braden.
Made In 1958.


The SMALL PROPELLER

A B.P. Film
Duration 22 minutes
First showing 2nd December 1967
Final showing 23rd August 1973
This film looks at motor boats around the world The various uses of small boats for transport in Venice, speed and surfing in Australia, pleasure in Stockholm and carrying medical supplies in Singapore. Music by Johnny Hawksworth.
Made In 1967.


SMALL SMOKE AT BLAZE CREEK

National Film Board Of Canada
9 minutes duration
First showing 11th September 1972
Final showing 23rd August 1973
The Canadian National Forestry Service tells the story of the fight to contain a forest fire in British Columbia.
Made In 1971.


SNOFARI

New Zealand Film Unit
17 minutes duration
First showing 24th August 1969
Final showing 18th June 1970
An Australian girl’s holiday in Queenstown and the New Zealand Alps.
Made In 1969.


SOMETHING NICE TO EAT

A Gas Council Film
20 minutes duration
First showing 6th July 1970
Final showing 23rd May 1973
This film shows that luxurious cooking by experts can be achieved by everyone.
Featuring model Jean Shrimpton.
Music by Johnny Hawksworth.
Made In 1967.


SONG OF THE CLOUDS

A Shell Film
32 minutes duration
First showing 7th November 1962
Final showing 25th March 1967
This film stresses the "internationalism" of the air. It shows airport activities in all parts of the world and co-operation between countries to ensure the comfort and safety of passengers.
Music by Richard Rodney Bennett.
Made In 1957.


SOUVENIRS FROM SWEDEN

Swedish Institute Film
21 minutes duration
First showing 27th April 1970
Final showing 14th August 1973
Centered on an Englishman character named Harry Fenton who has been enjoying a year’s stay living in Sweden, as he wanders around the gift shop in Stockholm seeking a gift to take back he memorises some of the places he has visited and we are treated to a tour around this part of Scandinavia
Narrated by David Hohneh.
Music by Bengt Hallberg.
Made In 1960.


The SPLENDID DOMAIN

National Film Board Of Canada
28 minutes duration
First showing 13th February 1968
Final showing 12th August 1971
A film about Canada.
Made In 1965.


SPRING IN COLOR

A Philips / Uniefilm Production
5 minutes duration
First showing 17th February 1969
Final showing 5th June 1972
Blooming flowers in color! A visual and musical delight! A look around the Keukenhof Gardens in Holland.


STORY IN THE ROCKS

A Shell Film made for the Royal Dutch Shell Group
18 minutes duration
First showing 2nd December 1967
Final showing 23rd January 1971
The study of fossils, palaeontology is the theme of this fascinating short industry film as it explores the six main periods of time – Carboniferous, Triassic, Jurassic, Cretacious, Tertiary and Ice ages
Music by Jan Masseus.
Written and Directed by Han Van Gelder
Producer Bert Haanstra.


STUDY IN STEEL

A Worldwide Picture for the British Steel Corporation.
26 minutes duration
First showing 14th October 1969
Final showing 22nd August 1973
The latest production methods in steel making are described together with the basic chemical changes which take place in the transition from iron ore to steel. Special steels and the use of automation for production control, chemical analysis etc. are seen..
Music by Tony Osborne.
Made In 1968.


SURF BEACH

An Australian Film Unit Production
17 minutes duration
First showing 26th July 1971
Final showing 10th August 1973
This film shows surf riding, the work of lifesavers and a surf lifesavers carnival in Sydney.
Music by Laurie Lewes.
Made in 1965.


SURF BOATS OF ACCRA

A Unilever Film.
15 minutes duration
First showing 11th January 1964
Final showing 18th April 1964
Before the new harbours of Tema and Takoradi were built, this film shows the lighter age of cargoes by surfboat.
Commentary by John Westbrook.
Made In 1958.


The TIDE OF TRAFFIC

A BP / Greenpark Production
27 minutes duration
First showing 8th January 1973
Final showing 15th August 1973
A grim picture is portrayed in this documentay sister film to the “Shadow of Progress” looking at excess traffic in cities over the world. It traces the way in which urban and rural traffic, with its continual demand for greater amounts of road space, has increased. The film was made as a contribution to the United Nations Conference on Human Environment, held in Stockholm in 1972.
Music by Humphrey Searle.
Written and directed by Derek Williams.
Made In 1972.


TOE HOLD ON A HARBOUR

New Zealand Film Unit
10 minutes duration
First showing 27th January 1968
Final showing 14th December 1968
This film gives a colourful impression of Wellington city, its hills, its winding streets, its busy people and strong winds.
Made In 1966.


TRADERS IN LEATHER

A Unilever Film.
13 minutes duration
First showing 9th January 1964
Final showing 30th March 1964
Leather traders in Northern Nigeria. This films looks at the life, the craft, the people and the export trade of Northern Nigeria.
Made In 1957.


TRANS – CANADA JOURNEY

National Film Board Of Canada
28 minutes duration
First showing 9th May 1968
Final showing 20th January 1971
A travelogue aimed at giving an impression of the size and nature of Canada.
Music by Robert Fleming.
Commentary by Christopher Plummer.
Made In 1962.


TRANSPORT ABILITY

A United Kingdom Atomic Energy Association Film (U.K.A.E.A) .
Ace Film Productions.
18 minutes duration
First showing 7th October 1969
Final showing 16th August 1973
A film showing the transport of spent nuclear fuel to Britain including the first shipment across the Atlantic from Canada.
Made In 1967.


TRAWLER BOY

A Shell-Mex / BP Film
27 minutes duration
First showing 3rd February 1958
Final showing 28th March 1967
This film shows life on the modern diesel trawler from the viewpoint of the junior deckhand on a Fleetwood trawler. It aims to recruit youngsters to the fishing industry.
Made In 1956.


THE TWILIGHT FOREST

A Unilever Film
25 minutes duration
First showing 10th January 1964
Final showing 10th April 1964
This film tells the story of an industrial enterprise which showed for the first time how the forest resources of Nigeria and Ghana could be used.
Commentary by John Westbrook.
Made In 1957.


UNDERWATER SEARCH - 1

A Shell Film
20 minutes duration
First showing 22nd August 1966
Final showing 12th April 1967
This film shows Shell’s worldwide activities and achievements in offshore exploration and production of oil. The future possibilities of rig anchorage, direct loading of tankers at sea and underwater working at great depths by men and robots are also shown.
Made In 1965.


UNDERWATER SEARCH - 2

A Shell Film
20 minutes duration
First showing 22nd August 1966
Final showing 12th April 1967
This film shows Shell’s worldwide activities and achievements in offshore exploration and production of oil. The future possibilities of rig anchorage, direct loading of tankers at sea and underwater working at great depths by men and robots are also shown.
Made In 1965.


The UNSPOILT LAND

New Zealand Film Unit
Music by Brian Hands
18 minutes duration
First showing 22nd January 1973
Final showing 15th August 1973
New Zealand's ten National Parks cover 5 million acres, one thirteenth of the land area of the country. This area offers facilities to skiers, mountain climbers, trampers, swimmers and boating enthusiastists. We join an open-top car journey viewing the contrasts between high-speed modern life and the timeless natural landscape.
Made In 1972.


The VANISHING COAST

A Film in “Our National Heritage” series.
A Pilot Films Production for National Benzole Shell Mex/B.P.
27 minutes duration
First showing 9th December 1968
Final showing 14th December 1971
A fascinating study of the 3,000 miles of British coastline in co-operation with the National Trust and its likely decline in
years to come!
Narration written by James Cameron
Spoken by Stephen Murray
Music by James Harpham
Conducted by Muir Mathieson
Produced and Directed by John Taylor.
Made In 1965.


VIEW OF MIDDELHARNIS

A Multifilm Production for Royal Dutch Shell
20 minutes duration
First showing 13th March 1963
Final showing 23rd November 1963
The rebuilding of burst dykes on the island of Goeree Overflakkee in the Netherlands.
Made In 1954.


VILLA “MON REVE”

Films Pierre Remont.
13 minutes duration
First showing 26th August 1968
Final showing 27th December 1969
A humourous cartoon from France entitled “My Dream House” telling the
misadventures of a French middle-class family that decide to buy a cottage.
Made In 1961.


WELSH WELCOME

A British Travellers’ Association Film, Telstar Productions.
15 minutes duration
First showing 26th October 1970
Final showing 29th October 1971
An introduction to Wales, featuring its tourist attractions.
Made In 1970.


WE’VE COME A LONG WAY

A B.P. Film
A Hallas and Batchelor cartoon
10 minutes duration
First showing 11th May 1970
Final showing 16th August 1973
A cartoon tracing the development of oil tankers.
Music by Matyas Seiber.
Made In 1951.


The YOUNG GIANT KAINGAROA

New Zealand Film Unit
18 minutes duration
First showing 11th March 1968
Final showing 10th April 1968
The story of Kaingaroa forest, the largest man-made forest in the Southern hemisphere.
Made In 1960.


The YOUTHFUL MARCH OF KOREA

A National Film Centre Production
21 minutes duration
First showing 11th December 1969
Final showing 6th February 1970


Trade on Video: Where to Buy BBC Trade Test Colour Films

Russell Chaney writes

Of all the films shown by the BBC as trade test colour films, the more popular ones, such as Shell and BP, are still largely available but some of the others are more difficult to track down.

In this listing I have indicated the contacts where the films are readily available at a reasonable cost.

BP INTERNATIONAL LTD (also holds National Benzole films)
Britannic Tower, Moor Lane, Moorgate, LONDON, EC2Y 9BU.
Contact: Colin Swinson, 020-7496 2264. Approximate cost: £37.50 per VHS tape.

PEN TAN VIDEO LTD (holds BOAC films)
Imex House, 6 Wadsworth Road, PERIVALE, Middx., UB6 7JJ.
Contact: Paul Johnson, 020-8991 2458. Approximate cost: £45 per VHS tape. 

PHILIPS INTERNATIONAL B.V. (holds Dutch titles but almost certainly not the Mullard and Pye films)
Company Archives/Historiography, Building EN, Postbus 218, 5600 MD Eindhoven, NETHERLANDS.
Contact: Dr. I. J. Blanken, 00 31 40-757486. Approximate cost: £65 per VHS tape.

SHELL INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM COMPANY LTD
PAC/232, Shell Centre, LONDON, SE1 7NA.
Contact: Eddie Cannon, 020-7934 6577. Approximate cost: £12.50 per VHS tape.

TEAM SPIRIT (holds Ford films)
P.O. Box 1281, POOLE, Dorset, BH14 9YL.
Contact: Michael Skinner, 01202-735961. Approximate cost: £25 per VHS tape. 

The Editor adds:

In some cases the original organisation which commissioned the films has changed name (e.g. Pye and Mullard are now Philips, the British Travel Association is the British Tourist Authority, and AEI is now part of GEC). Some companies have disposed of their older films, although copies may exist in the libraries of technical colleges, county education authorities and the British Film Institute.

Some readers may feel that the charges shown above for these films are unreasonable compared with a sell-through tape selling for £9.99 or whatever. These tapes sell by the thousands, these specialist films do not. In fact it is remarkable that the companies concerned are prepared to sell copies at all; there is no real profit in the activity and other firms have a policy of not making their films available at all. You need to be aware that having films transferred to video on a one-off basis is normally expensive (facilities houses will charge from £50 to £100 per film) and subject to extensive copyright clearance. 

DIESEL TRAIN RIDE (British Transport Films) available from FAME, P.O. Box 608, Hailsham, Sussex, BN27 3UN (01323-849186) price £19.85. FAME is the company which licenses all British Transport Films and many other BTF titles are available on other video labels.

OVERHAUL. It is understood that this film and some other BTF titles are sold by the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden, LONDON, WC2E 7BB (020-7379 6344).


2007 Malcolm B


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