Director and producer Simon Smith has spliced together a 1927 film by cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene with his own footage. The charming result shows how little the city has changed.
Seriously, though. This place is pretty cool.
Fancy a ciggy during class? No problem. At the Burgess Hill boarding school in the 1960's, anything was allowed.
So, it's the 1930s and you want to test that new-fangled bulletproof glass that's just been developed. What to do? Why, shoot at your wife, of course! (Duh.)
Just try watching this without scratching yourself.
Soviet scientists in the mid-20th century keep the severed head of a dog alive via an "autojector," a primitive heart and lung machine.