British Industries Fair In Zurich 1963

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    Zurich, Switzerland.

    GV. Exterior of the exhibition hall in Zurich where the British Industries Fair is held. Various shots of the Squad of Coldstream Guards marching down crowd lined street in Zurich. Various shots of the motorcade of British cars moving down street. Various shots of London's Lord Mayor Sir Ralph Edgar Perring in his coach with the pikemen walking along street in Zurich. LS. London Transport Routemaster bus. CU. Sign on side of bus 'Greetings from London'. MS. Queue waiting to get on bus in Zurich. CU. Bus driver in cab. Various travelling shots from bus going through streets of Zurich. GV. Large square with crowd gathering around bus. MS. Giant cake baked in England on show in square, the cutting ceremony is performed by Mayor of Zurich Dr Emil Landolt. GV. Interior of exhibition. Various shots around the stands of the Trade Fair with President of the Board of Trade Mr Frederick J. Erroll and his wife. They opened the Fair. MS. Graham Hill's BRM car on show. MS. Two models of British hovercraft. VS. Model of British jet bomber.


    Date found in the old record - 02/09/1963.

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    British Pathé
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