FILM : Train of Events
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Train of Events 1952 Jack Warner, Gladys Henson, Susan Shaw, Peter Finch London
Director : Basil Dearden and Charles Chrichton   Production Company : Ealing  Region : LONDON T-Z

The film traces the seperate lives of groups of people on the train, which we know is destined to crash.

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Train of Events - Reverting to the fourth story, having hidden Louise’s body in his travelling trunk a similar one on stage prompts Philip to forget his lines and feels the world is closing in on him. He runs from the stage door of the theatre. The Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane, London WC2.  Philip is running up what was Shelton Street, all now absorbed into the redevelopment incorporating the New London Theatre.
Train of Events

te031. Reverting to the fourth story, having hidden Louise’s body in his travelling trunk a similar one on stage prompts Philip to forget his lines and feels the world is closing in on him. He runs from the stage door of the theatre. The Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane, London WC2. Philip is running up what was Shelton Street, all now absorbed into the redevelopment incorporating the New London Theatre.

Train of Events - The interior of the Winter Garden Theatre for the record. The Theatre closed in 1959 and was sold to a developer, gutted and left vacant until eventually replaced by the New London Theatre in 1973. Research has revealed that there are few, if any, pictures of the interior.
Train of Events

te031a. The interior of the Winter Garden Theatre for the record. The Theatre closed in 1959 and was sold to a developer, gutted and left vacant until eventually replaced by the New London Theatre in 1973. Research has revealed that there are few, if any, pictures of the interior.

Train of Events - He runs on and that hazy building in the background looks like it could be Grand Lodge, Freemasons Hall, London.
Train of Events

te032. He runs on and that hazy building in the background looks like it could be Grand Lodge, Freemasons Hall, London.

Train of Events - Philip arrives back at his lodgings. Unknown location.
Train of Events

te033. Philip arrives back at his lodgings. Unknown location.

Train of Events - We revert to the first story with Jim arriving home after a shift to see his daughter Doris arriving home late by taxi. St. Pancras Way, London NW1 once again.
Train of Events

te034. We revert to the first story with Jim arriving home after a shift to see his daughter Doris arriving home late by taxi. St. Pancras Way, London NW1 once again.

te034n. Now. SJ.
(Modern Photo Added: 25-06-2009)

Train of Events - The second story comes into focus once more with Ella and Richard in their new lodgings discussing their future. Delancey Street, London NW1 identified by Danny Nissim.
Train of Events

te035. The second story comes into focus once more with Ella and Richard in their new lodgings discussing their future. Delancey Street, London NW1 identified by Danny Nissim.

te035n. Building and lamp post both sadly demolished as evidenced by Danny's photo.
(Modern Photo Added: 18-12-2009)

Train of Events - The fatal journey commences at Euston followed by a re-run of te001 and studio enactments of how three stories end. Despite protests the Euston arch was demolished in December 1961 to make way for the redevelopment of the station.
Train of Events

te036. The fatal journey commences at Euston followed by a re-run of te001 and studio enactments of how three stories end. Despite protests the Euston arch was demolished in December 1961 to make way for the redevelopment of the station.

Train of Events - Jim survives the crash and leaves home on his cycle wearing a bowler hat, having received the promotion he thought he had recently lost. St. Pancras Way, London NW1. The Constitution public house out of sight to the left and what was the St. Pancras Generating Station dominating scene.
Train of Events

te037. Jim survives the crash and leaves home on his cycle wearing a bowler hat, having received the promotion he thought he had recently lost. St. Pancras Way, London NW1. The Constitution public house out of sight to the left and what was the St. Pancras Generating Station dominating scene.

te037n. Now a less industrialised landscape.
(Modern Photo Added: 30-08-2017)

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