1hr 34mins
Dir: Anthony Page
Starring: Nicol Williamson and Jill Bennett

A philandering solicitor comes close to a nervous breakdown

This disturbing yet quite brilliant drama was written by John Osborne who adapted it from his own 1964 play of the same name and it includes scenes with Nicol Williamson making a journey by train into London. He boards a rake of 4 EPB EMU’s at an unknown suburban station, and there are then shots of passing 4 SUB and 2 BIL EMU’s on route. There are also some shots at London Waterloo station and a later scene filmed on London Underground’s Central Line with 1962-built tube stock in the platform. Finally, there is a shot of the concourse at Piccadilly Circus and a brief glimpse of the frontage to Monument Underground station.

A suburban ticket office somewhere with a 4 EPB EMU visible through the doorway
Passengers wait to board the arriving EPB
Nicol Williamson arrives to catch the train. This is looking the other way on the platform of this as yet unidentified station.
During the actual train journey we see a number of electric units passing in closeup, as well as part of a station. This, however, is somewhat clearer, and it shows a formation of 2 BIL EMU stock.
Trains at Waterloo, in this case formations of 4 SUB units
This is a clear and relatively rare glimpse of the main passenger entrance to Waterloo
This is the delightfully named Fish Street Hill, London EC3, and the entrance to Monument Underground station is clearly visible on the left above the people
This appears to be a Central Line station with a train of 1962 stock in the platform. But then again….
This is part of the circulating area at Piccadilly Circus Underground