1hr 51mins
Dir: Delmer Daves
Starring: Maureen O’Hara and Richard Todd

A young boy and his sister try to break up their mother’s romance with a concert pianist

This classic drama based on the 1963 novel of the same name by Rumer Godden features one very good shot of a Class 117 DMU arriving at Pangbourne station, plus a scene at London Marylebone with Class 115 DMU’s and maroon coaching stock present.

The headcode of the arriving Class 117 DMU reads 2A70 and the route destination blind states Paddington. The station is Pangbourne in the Thames Valley.
Maureen O’Hara and Martin Stephens leave the station. This is the up relief platform looking west towards Goring & Streatley.
This is London Marylebone, but from a very unusual and wholly unprecedented angle. The nearest two platforms are occupied by Class 115 DMU’s with maroon coaching present in the platform beyond.
An equally unususal ‘side view’ of the concourse at Marylebone
Back to the platforms now and the camera has dropped down to a more orthodox angle. This reveals a group of school girls in straw boaters next to a Class 115, the nearest vehicle of which is DMBS No.51890.