Guard Rails For Pedestrians News In A Nutshell 1935

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    Guard rails for pedestrians. Originally part of News in a Nutshell - international news stories in brief.

    St. Pancras, Camden Town, London.

    Various shots of crowd on pavement. They are watching Mr Hore Belisha demonstrating latest pedestrian safety device. The Mayor of Camden is also present at inauguration. The device is a chain hung between posts at edge of pavements. M/S of Mr. B. giving a speech. He explains the chains will give physical protection to pedestrians and will also remind people of the presence of a busy road. L/S of crowds of people standing on pavements behind new guards.

    NB also written Hore-Belisha.

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    01:27:35:00 / 01:28:19:00
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