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Scotland June 1929
Two reels of amateur film with intertitles which chronicle a motoring holiday through the Highlands of Scotland. The holidaymakers explore the rugged landscape in three chauffeur-driven cars, stopping to watch the herring catch being unloaded at Oban and ending their trip in Edinburgh.
[Holiday in Scotland]
A home movie of a family holiday to Scotland. The Payne family travel aboard the paddle steamer Gondolier, filming the lochs and landscapes of the west coast of Scotland. ~[Holiday in Scotland]~ ends with panoramic images of Edinburgh filmed from the city's castle.
Family Favourites. A “Moving” Record of Family Events Through The Years; Scrapbook For 1948; News Review 1949
|Date||1947 - 1949||ID||3118|
Three home movie compilations made by a member of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society which include footage of family gatherings, outings and holidays.
I’ll Send You a Card
A colour amateur film which records a touring holiday in Scotland. Highlights of the trip include Edinburgh, Blair Castle, Highland Games, and the Scottish landscape and lochs. Explanatory intertitles are written in the form of postcards. The film-maker was a member of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society.
Members of the Gowlland family visit Scotland and tour around major attractions. The family film their crossing of the border. They visit; the town of Amulree; Edinburgh Castle; take walks in Aberfeldy; see Braemar and the former home of Robert Louis Stevenson; go to the Spittal of Glenshee; visit Stirling Castle and Hadrian's Wall.
A Dogs Life, by Bonzo
An amateur comedy about a dog Bonzo, bought by a couple who quickly tire of his doggie antics. The dog becomes the object of murderous intentions. But can Bonzo redeem himself in time to save his skin?
|Date||[ca. 1960s]; 1962||ID||4870|
An edited film showing the buildings and grounds of Fettes College, an Independent boarding and day school in Edinburgh, Scotland that includes by a visit from Air Vice-Marshal Ronald Thompson, Air Force Officer for Scotland in a helicopter, to inspect the Combined Cadet Forces.
[A4s at Haymarket]
This film features the Gresley A4 streamlined locomotives amongst others working at Edinburgh's Haymarket shed. The steam locomotives move up and down snow covered railway tracks and sidings. The film includes shots of several engines that includes: 60009, Class A4 Pacific 60004 Union of South Africa, Clan Stewart; 60016; 60012; 60087; 64595; 60018.
Holiday in Scotland; Sunday School Outing]
|Date||3 July 1965; 31 July 1965||ID||9173|
This edited film shows a holiday to Scotland with scenes of the Forth Road Bridge, through a set of Toll booths at South Queensferry, a small Ferry on a Loch [out of focus] with wider views of the Loch, a small waterfall and views from a moving vehicle. Scenes follow of several Scottish Lochs with bathing seals, fishermen and a boat trip with views across the landscape. The final film shows a Sunday School outing to a Park or large garden.
Patcham House Special School: Jubilee River Trip; School Sports
A compilation of amateur films filmed by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. Pupils and staff are seen taking part in sports on the school field, enjoying a trip on the Woolwich Ferry on Jubilee Day and competing at the 'International Spastics Games' in Edinburgh.
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