Our third London Airport DVD goes back even further to the 1940s, with Yorks, Lancastrians and even an Air France Languedoc.
Then there's a BOAC Constellation and Stratocruiser plus KLM and Sabena DC-4s. And Island Airways' Dragon Radpides giving pleasure flights over London.
Outside the Queens Building in the mid-fifties, the ramp's pretty quiet; just a few early Viscounts and the occasional DC6B. But, after a drive to Heathrow in 1961, on almost empty approach roads, the airport itself is now crowded with turboprops and early jetliners.
But, there are still a few piston propliners; Air France Super Constellations, Sabena and Swissair CV440s, a Cambrian DC-3 and we fly to Liverpool on a Starways DC-4.
Tridents, Comets, 707s, DC8s, VC10s, 1-11s, DC-9s; all the early jetliners are here and they feature in some great airside action or in those famous views from the spectator terraces.
On the cargo ramp, there's close up action with a Singapore Airlines 707C, BEA Merchantman and a Fred Olsen Electra.
Singapore Airlines' Concorde also features in this wonderful review of Heathrow in its heyday.
In NTSC DVD format, black-and-white and color with runtime of about 60 minutes.