STORY OF THE LONDON UNDERGROUND DVD


STORY OF THE LONDON UNDERGROUND DVD

ROBIN BEXTOR    Book Number: 88753    Product format: Unknown

Practical, egalitarian, efficient, popular, logical, organised and yet infuriating, the London Underground stands for everything modern life does in the capital city of London. For most Londoners we have taken the Tube for granted for decades, a huge resource that links us to our work, friends, entertainment, and the City. It?s the place where the American Werewolf romped unfettered, it's the station at midnight that Paul Weller immortalised, and we think of Gerry Rafferty as we rattle through Baker Street and we know those Sliding Doors. The Tube is the string that ties London and Londoners together and here historian and author Robin Bextor follows the story behind its construction on the way to becoming the first underground system on the planet. The film also questions why the Tube is the way it is, how it affects our lives, and how it has changed over the years. 50 minute colour film on universal DVD.
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ISBN 5060294375920
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