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[Along the Rauma Railway in Norway]
An amateur film-maker records his travels through Norway on the Rauma Railway. Sights captured on camera include a wildfowl hunt with gun-dogs, interior shots of the Oppdal Hotel and Trondheim Cathedral, as well as footage of the journey itself as the train passes through villages, towns and countryside.
Cruise to Norway
Three reels of film with intertitles which document a family holiday to Norway.
[Scouting Voyage on the SS Calgaric]
|Date||12 -29 August 1933||ID||9332|
This film shows a voyage by Lord and Lady Baden-Powell visiting troops and companies of Scouts and Guides as they cruise the Baltic on the SS Calgaric for an ‘Argosy of Peace’. The film includes scenic views of the nations visited, with welcome parades and greetings by dignitaries, national costumes and uniforms, speeches, processions, dances, games and meals.
Boat Trip; MS Stella Polaris
Film by Ralph Staley of a cruise with his wife Nellie aboard the Norwegian liner MS Stella Polaris. They stop at the port of Stockholm, and Copenhagen amongst other destinations. On board, deck coits and other games are played, passengers relax on deck, and Nellie is seen washing in their cabin and looking out to sea from a window. A Finnish boat/plane (OH-ALK) is seen leaving the shoreline adjacent to the ship at one of the stops.
[Norway Holiday; Part One]
Holiday scenes aboard a cruise ship in the Norweigan Fjords by Ernest Shippam in 1938. This is part one of a two part film.
[Norway Holiday; Part Two]
Holiday scenes aboard a cruise ship in the Norweigan Fjords by Ernest Shippam. This is part two of a two part film.
[Trip to Norway]
|Date||July 1939; September 1951||ID||1450|
This film features journeys across Norway, and a short stay in Sweden. In 1949 Voss visits the Norheimsund settlement, the towns of Voss and Stalheim and the fjords of the area. From here he travels across the mountains to Oslo, where he stays with friends before moving on to Helsingborg and Gothenburg in Sweden. In 1951, Voss pays another visit to Oslo, as he does again in 1952, when he also travels to Granvin, Odda and across the mountains through the Telemark to Bø.
[Compilation: Coastal Command Operational Films]
|Date||5 December 1944 - 23 March 1945||ID||9562|
Film 1: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 47 Attack on Enemy Shipping in Fjord at Nordgulen 5.12.44 Film 2: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 54 Attack on Enemy Shipping off Aalesund. 10.1.45 Film 3: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 57 Attack on Enemy Shipping Ford, Fjord. 9.2.45 Film 4: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 59-61 Attack on Enemy Shipping in Skagerrak. 7.3.45 Film 5: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 63 Attack on Enemy Shipping in Vindspol. 8.3 45 Film 6: Coastal Command Operational Film No. C. 67 Attack on Enemy Shipping at Tejgenaes S.W of Nerlandsly. 23.3.45. Print in very poor condition.
A film of Mr and Mrs Gowlland's holiday in Norway. Traveling around the countryside by car, they visit the city of Bergen; travel through the Jotunheimen mountains and past fjords including Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord and see a glacier and locals in traditional costume. They visit Lillehammer and Oslo, where they meet up with another couple and visit Vigeland Sculpture Park.
[Holiday in Scandinavia]
Film of members of the Gowlland family on holiday in Scandinavia, revisiting many of the sights they went to on their trip to Denmark in '52 and Norway in '54. In Denmark they pass through Ribe and Romo, go to Hans Christian Andersen's house in Odense and see the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen. In Norway, they go to the Holmenkollen ski jump, revisit the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo, and take in the landscape and culture of the region.
An amateur home movie from 1958 featuring members of the Murray family on holiday to Norway. The film features the journey to Norway on a ship and scenes of a coastal town in Norway, filmed from the boat.
Educational Cruises: The Teacher’s Role
This amateur film which details a school cruise to Norway was used by The British India Steam Navigation Company (BI) for fourteen years to promote the educational cruises which they ran between 1961 and 1981. A professionally produced voice-over narrates the story of the 15th-28th July 1967 cruise.
[Scandanavia: Stockholm; Copenhagen]
This film contains scenes of Mr and Mrs Sheppard's holiday in Scandinavia, where they visited Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
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