A dramatization of the Great Train Robbery. While not a 'how to', it is very detail dependent, showing the care and planning that took place to pull it off.
John Vogel <email@example.com>
Who says crime doesn't pay? 3 Million pounds says it does!
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Did You Know?
The train robbery scenes were filmed at Theddingworth on the Rugby - Market Harborough - Peterborough line. This route had been closed in June 1966 and the tops of the rails were already rusty, so the film crew had to clean and polish them using mops and brushes at the start of filming to make it look as if the rails were still in use. See more
When the traffic warden puts the gas canister in the car a white cable can be seen from above whatever it was. See more
We're talking about millions of pounds now. We're talking about road blocks, car searches, house raids, shakedowns. They'll know who pulled the job. Without the money, they can't prove anything.
Prior to the opening robbery the card drive down High Holborn and turn into Trafalgar square,which is a couple of miles away. See more
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