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Pure nostalgia

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This isn't of much practical use to today's visitors to London, but a recent addition to the internet's wealth of old movies includes this instructional gem from London Transport in 1969 explaining how to use the ticket machines and automatic barriers of those days. It all seems so far away and long ago (my dear, the hats! - not to mention the prices, and the film-making style - and yet another jaunty catchphrase with dubious overtones):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UqO9tnRlcY

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