|Title ID||8416||Collection ID||1190|
|Title||[Marble Arch] or [Horse-drawn Traffic Viewed from Elevated Position]|
|Theme||Early film in the South East Transport Urban Life|
|Keywords||Transport Travel Roads Animals|
|Format||Black & White Silent|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
Horse-drawn coaches veer round a bend on the street below in this footage by Charles Goodwin Norton.
Footage of horse-drawn carriages, trams and coaches on the street below from an elevated position. The vehicles follow the curve of the road. The camera is static throughout.
Goodwin Norton became well known for his lantern performances, introducing film in 1896. He produced a number of films with a Velograph camera, all processed by George Albert Smith in Hove.