Detail

Title ID 7242Collection ID876
Title[Amberley: Paviours]
Date[1997]
CollectionB. C. Suter
Genre/TypeAmateurIndependent AmateurNon-fictionActuality/Factual
ThemeWorking Life Leisure
KeywordsExhibitions Handicrafts Men Trades Workers
Location
LocalAmberley
RegionalWest Sussex
NationalEngland United Kingdom
Credits
ProductionB. C. Suter
CameraB. C. Suter
EditorB. C. Suter
FormatColour Sound
Duration3 min. 47 sec.
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details

Summary

Various out-takes and rushes compiled for a documentary on the workings of Amberley Museum by B. C. Suter. Shots are either mute or with sync sound.

Description

Various out-takes and rushes include: a man wearing Amberley Chalk Pits museum overalls, as he talks to the film-maker about his "Draw Knife" used by Wheelwrights for the shaping of spokes; a close-up shot of a man carving the spoke holes; a carpenter using a draw knife to shape a wheel spoke on a wood turner; an exterior view of a brick building (?); a close-up of a sign "DORSET - Any Person wilfully injuring any part of this county bridge will be guilty of felony and upon conviction liable to be transported for life. By the court. T Fooks. 7&8 GEO 4C30 S13"; shots of various other street signage, street furniture and machinery on display inside the Paviours Museum of Roads and Roadmaking.