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John Rowdon ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
C.E. Dunton ...
Himself - Chief Civil Engineer of the London Transport Board
H.J.B. Harding ...
Himself - Civil Engineer
Herbert Morrison ...
Himself - Former Minister of Transport (as Lord Morrison of Lambeth)
John Betjeman ...
Himself - Poet, Author and Broadcaster
John Snagge ...
Himself - Broadcaster
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Herself - Actress
Henry Moore ...
Himself - Sculptor
Georgina Roberts ...
Herself - Passenger
A.B.B. Valentine ...
Himself - Chairman of the London Transport Board
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10 December 1963 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Underground Centenary  »

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This film was made to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the opening of the first London Underground railway, the Metropolitan Line, which was the first such railway in the world. See more »

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