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Timeshift: Six Days to Saturday (BBC documentary, 2009 (1963))
John Boorman film following a week in the life of the young Swindon Town football team of 1963, including such players as the great Don Rogers. Stuart Turner observes "There are various shots of 1960s Swindon including the old Great Western Railway works containing steam engines under repair and Westerns under construction(!) but the clip which is relevant to us shows Bristol Greyhound's Bristol MW 2984 (289HHU) which must have been the team coach at the time returning from a match. It's in black and white, but there are some nice shots of the interior of the coach showing early executive seating layout (with tables)." On a BBC4 reshowing as part of the 'Timeshift' documentary strand, I was able to grab these screencaps:
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