The film opens with footage from Great George Street where we see the "Risc" bookstore on our right and a part of the GOGGS government building designed by John Brydon on our left, as well as the clock tower or Big Ben that took its name from its largest bell (the largest of the tower's five bells), a symbol of the United Kingdom.
Afterwards, we watch the traffic on the roads, a speedboat that crosses the Thames and views of the Westminster Bridge. Then, we see shots from the MOD Whitehall (main building of the Ministry of Defense) and the emblematic statue of the Royal Air Force Memorial.
The filmmaker, then, shows us shots of the buildings alongside the Thames, capturing the "red lion" (South Bank Lion) at the east end of Westminster Bridge and the Big Ben tower.
The lens continues with panoramic shots of Westminster Palace where at one end we can see the Victoria Tower and at the other the Clock Tower.
The film closes with the bustle of the speedboats on the Thames and shots of the area, as it follows a young girl while she walks through the city in modern (of that era) clothing.