Dir: Bill Davison
Starring: G Wain

A young man wanders aimlessly around the desolate streets of Leeds reflecting on the boredom of Sundays

This little drama shows one man’s reflection, through an inner monologue, on the boredom of Sundays before it became a day of shopping, and his sense of the hollowness of the way Christianity presents itself. It opens and closes with a view from inside a moving train, and though the exact location is unknown, the cityscape passing outside is presumably that of Leeds. There are then shots of coaching stock and DMU’s passing over a road bridge in the city, but no locomotives are seen.

This is the first train seen in the film. Stuart Mackay of the railcar website identifies the vehicles as a Met-Camm (Class 101) on the right coupled to a BRCW Class 104 on the left.
In this second shot of the bridge, a train formed of non-corridor suburban stock is crossing
The final shot shows the rear of another BRCW Class 104. Thanks again to Stuart Mackay for identifying the DMU vehicles.