Hyde Park Corner 1896 1896

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London. 1896

Intertitle reads "Once upon a time an old friend of ours had a Cine-camera and found himself at Hyde Park Corner. It was 1896."

Various shots of the streets scenes at London's Hyde Park Corner in 1896. Crowd milling along pavements, horse drawn carriages moving along streets...



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UN 1300 K
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01:50:21:00 / 01:51:25:00
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