Much praised, fondly remembered and hugely successful, Upstairs, Downstairs focuses on life at 165 Eaton Place, the Belgravia home of Tory MP Lord Richard Bellamy (David Langton), his lady wife Marjorie (Rachel Gurney), and their two children James and Elizabeth (Simon Williams and Nicola Pagett). The family is rich, but not extravagantly so, with most of their wealth inherited on Lady Bellamy's side (she is the daughter of a prime minister). So Richard's career is vital to the upkeep of the family's home and its standing in society, something which the indiscretions of his wayward children continually place in jeopardy. But, as the title suggests, the "Upstairs" goings-on are only half the story, with the "Downstairs" world of the Bellamy's' domestic staff equally prominent. Head of servants is Mr. Angus Hudson (Gordon Jackson), the highly responsible, softly spoken but firm Scottish butler, a man who knows his place and makes sure other staff members know theirs. A father figure to the servants, he masterminds the team effort which keeps the house afloat, ably assisted by Mrs. Kate Bridges (Angela Baddeley), the gruff, plump cook, and Rose Buck (Jean Marsh), the level-headed chief housemaid. Beneath them work the younger staff - feisty, daydreaming underparlourmaid Sarah (Pauline Collins), maturing footman Edward (Christopher Beeny), loyal housemaid Daisy (Jacqueline Tong) (later Edward's wife), pathetic maid Ruby (Jenny Tomasin), and, in later episodes, new footmen Thomas Watkins and Frederick (John Alderton and Gareth Hunt). The series opens in November 1903, shortly after the death of Queen Victoria, and runs through until 1930. Along the way, in cosy, soap opera fashion, it depicts the household's struggles to win through in times of adversity, whether social (such as a visit by the King for dinner) or real (when Rose's fiancé is tragically killed in the Great War).
After the first two soldiers are dead, and all of the explosive barrels here are smashed, run forward and eliminate the flipmines in your path. Off to your left, you’ll find a small gap between two of the trains that you can head through to find another platform; grab the armor from the crates, then make a mad sprint up the ladder here to finally reach the rocket ammo.