Of course, on this type, you had changes in the config of the 'windows' to put it in layman's terms, (the nose/visor operation).
I spent some time on this fleet at BA many moons ago, an outstanding first generation widebody cockpit, very spacious, not for nothing was it known by some at BA as the 'Gentleman's Office'.
Never directly involved with this type, more's the pity, but when you visit an example in a museum, the spaciousness and well designed cockpit (considering the age of design) is striking, another aspect to the wonderful VC-10;
I suppose this bias to 'clockwork' cockpits is from my time in BA Concorde engineering, we often had visitors and there was plenty to point out in the flightdeck, mixing in facts, stories, anecdotes related to the various systems.
Sometimes the visitors would want to see a widebody, if a B747-436 or 777, you were stuffed at what to say, "this blank screen, when powered up, displays......"