Showing 211 to 225 of 235 results.
Split from End To End; Holiday in Yugoslavia
This two part travelogue film shows a holiday to Split in Croatia (former SFR Yugoslavia), including scenes at Visovac Island. [Only a clip of the film is shown online].
[Day by Day; Spain]
A news report from The Costa Blanca on the price of retiring to Spain, produced by North Downs Cinematograph Society in around 1973.
[Holiday in Majorca]
A film showing a family holiday to Majorca, that includes the family leaving their aircraft on a runway, a young girl sitting in an inflatable ring at a villa pool, and the family looking at the view from their apartment balcony. The family visit a market, have drinks in a street cafe and visit the Antonio Parietti and Coll monument in Pollença.
Holiday in France
A short amateur film featuring a family holiday to France from the mid 1970s. The film includes views from a 'British Caledonian' aeroplane [G-AWYV] at it takes off from Gatwick Airport and lands in France, children playing on a peddle go-cart on a residential street, closing rural views of the landscape.
European Championships in Rome
|Date||1 September - 8 September 1974||ID||158|
Scenes from the European Athletic Championships in Rome, 1974. The film opens with shots of the stadium and the remains of an ancient Roman stadium. The Great Britain team parade on the running track holding the Union Jack flag. Various field and track events follow, intersected with shots of the scoreboard.
An amateur travelogue film of Warsaw in Poland visiting several museums, churches, gardens and touring the Vistula river, aboard a boat. [online clip from part one only]
Passport to Adventure
School cruise on the SS Uganda around the Mediterranean. The educational trip starts from Gatwick showing take-off, in-flight views and views from the cockpit. The group visit various destinations including Venice and Turkey. They hold an assembly on board the SS Uganda, and swim in the pool. A series of still photographs taken by pupils and holiday postcards are used to illustrate the film.
The Year of the Voyage
A travelogue film of a cruise from England to Poland, culminating in a visit to Warsaw. The film consists of many scenes aboard the Polish Ocean Lines ship TSS Stefan Batory, and brief stops at various ports including Rotterdam. There is a long section showing views of Warsaw, including the Sappers' Memorial, the Old Town Square and the Royal Castle, and scenes of the group visiting friends in the area.
[Patcham House Special School: International Spastics Games in Southern France]
The headmaster of Patcham House Special School in East Sussex films two of his pupils as they compete at the 'International Spastics Games' in Southern France, one of whom is seen being awarded a silver medal. The film also includes brief scenes from a school holiday to the Isles of Scilly.
[Holiday in France]
An amateur film from the 1970s featuring a camping holiday to France. Three men travel from the hovercraft terminal at Dover to France and are seen relaxing on holiday as well as visiting Paris.
[Rottingdean; Bentley Wildfowl; Malta Holiday; Rugby at Seaford; Bluebell Railway]
An amateur film of scenes around Sussex and a holiday to Malta.
This short film shows a family holiday to Benidorm with aerial views of the island from the plane, shots of the town, hotels, beach and hotel resort.
Another Year, Another Voyage
A travelogue film of another cruise from England to Poland, culminating in a visit to Warsaw. The film includes scenes aboard the Polish Ocean Lines ship TSS Stefan Batory, with brief stops in Rotterdam (?). The majority of the film shows views of Warsaw - the Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier, Saski Gardens, the Old Town Market (Rynek Starego Miasta), the Royal Castle, City Walls and the group visiting friends. An earlier similar trip can be seen in TID: 5843
[Family scenes; rag and bone man J Mitchell]
|Date||1979 - 1984||ID||213|
This home movie includes footage of a number of events in the life of the Wilson family. The film opens with a graduation, and concludes with a wedding at Lewes Register Office at Southover Grange. Part of the film captures a rag and bone man, J Mitchell, with his horse and cart in Brighton.
Every Day’s a Holiday
An edited and titled film showing visits to various locations around England, and to Calais in France. Including scenes at Allington, Rye, Dover, Kingsnorth, Brighton, the Malvern Hills, Windsor and Eton. With views of historical sites such as Allington Castle, the Landgate at Rye, The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, the Town Hall in Calais, Hidcote Manor and Gardens, Woburn Abbey and Windsor Castle.
Showing 211 to 225 of 235 results.