Seven Days to Noon [1950 feature film]
|In the Boulting Brothers' understated documentary-style tale
of an errant nuclear scientist, Professor Willingdon (Barry Sloane) is spotted
by his daughter (Sheila Manahan) and her boyfriend (Hugh Cross) entering
the Cockspur Street subway entrance to "Trafalgar Square" Bakerloo Line station.
They rather quaintly pause to buy tickets, and subsequently lose their quarry
when he catches a northbound train. He is eventually seen leaving by an unknown
station (any suggestions?). "Trafalgar Square" was later amalgamated with
the existing "Strand" Northern Line station and the new Jubilee Line terminus
(now defunct) as the present-day "Charing Cross." Although not clean on the
second-to-last screen-grab, a directional sign can be seen indicating the
route to both "Strand" and the mainline "Charing Cross" stations.
[With thanks to Michael T. Greene]