Glass City Of The Future 1959

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Knightsbridge, London.

Geoffrey Jellicoe with glasses and Edward Mills of the RIBA , are seen looking at a model version of a glass city, called Motopia, in which all cars are carried at roof top level, leaving the ground below for pedestrians only. Panning shot over model 'Motopia'. The two...

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Cataloguer:
Margaret
Stock:
Colour
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
1083
Sort Number:
CP 254
Time in/Out:
01:28:15:00 / 01:29:19:00
Canister:
CP 254
Film ID:
97.21
Issue Date:
09/11/1959

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