Changing Piccadilly 1961

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Various shots of Piccadilly Circus at night; the illuminated signs are seen, plus an 'Underground' sign for the tube. Various daytime shots of the area; M/S of Eros; high angle traffic scenes.

C/Us of a model by Sir William Holford, made when the London County Council asked him for ideas for...



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CP 328
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01:00:23:00 / 01:02:13:00
CP 328
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