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[Marrakech Street Scenes; Heron]
Footage of Marrakech taken by airline pilot Captain William Armstrong. The film contains images of street markets, locals, and the plains beyond the city walls. There is also footage of nesting heron, and of White-European travellers in the garden of their hotel.
[Marrakech; Flight to Rabat]
Amateur film-maker, and airline pilot, Captain William Armstrong records a trip to Marrakech. He films images of other White-European travellers taking tea in the garden of their hotel, of the city's walls, and of an elderly local man carving wood. There is also footage of the coastline, the sea and settlements taken during a flight to Rabat.
[Spanish Street Scenes. Religious Procession]
Amateur film-maker Captain William Armstrong films images of Seville as he travels along its streets in a horse and carriage. There is also brief footage of a religious procession wherein an effigy of Christ on the cross is carried aloft through the urban streets, as well of an open-air market.
[Flight; Seville; Rabat]
Amateur film-maker and airline pilot Captain William Armstrong records aerial images of farmland, settlements, rivers and mountains during a flight in a biplane.
Amateur footage which features footage of the ornate interior of the Alhambra Palace in Grenada.
Amateur film-maker and airline pilot Captain William Armstrong records images of Rabat. Local street traders occupy the squares and narrow streets of the walled city, and the film-maker visits the manicured gardens of a hotel.
[Aerial Views and Local Scenes of Marrakech]
Amateur footage of a trip to Marrakech taken by airline pilot Captain William Armstrong.
An amateur film taken in Marrakech and Fez. The film-maker, an airline pilot, records numerous street scenes and images of the Sultan's Palace, the interior of the Sheriff's House, the Mosque of Medorsa.
This black and white film documents the family's trip aboard the SS Homeric, stopping off at ports along the route: Gibraltar, Barcelona, Monte Carlo; and Tangier (?). With views of local attractions, hotels and scenery, from a moving vehicle and on foot.
[Christmas Cruise - Trip to Africa]
A film by Joseph Emberton of a cruise on board the Cap Arcona with his wife, Kathleen, and friends to Morocco at Christmas time, travelling via Tenerife, Madeira, and Portugal.
Cruise Crossing on SS Montcalm
|Date||3 - 16 June 1939||ID||7492|
This film features Emile and Bessie Lauste on a two-week cruise holiday onboard the Canadian Pacific SS Montcalm. They are accompanied by another couple and are seen together relaxing onboard the ship and exploring places of interest on route, including locations in Madeira, Tenerife, Morocco and Portugal.
[Kent Garden; Train Ride in Morocco]
This very brief film opens with Alva Lauste with his brother in law, who is seen wearing a military uniform, in the garden at West Wickham; the film ends with views from a moving train in Morocco.
World Cruise with the “Southern Cross”
|Date||September 1958; December 1958 - January 1959||ID||1438|
Two cruises feature on this film - one around the world, stopping at Las Palmas, Spain, Cape Town and Durban, South Africa, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia, Wellington, New Zealand, and the Pacific islands. Sailing down the Panama Canal, the ship also stops at Curaçao and Trinidad. The second cruise is over Christmas, and visits Tangiers, Las Palmas, Tenerife, Madeira and Lisbon.
Spain 1963; [Pick-up and Drop-off in France]
A family fly from England to France and drive to Spain. Here, they visit many towns including Madrid and Seville. They also drop off a family member at Yport, France.
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