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Cine shots of 1936
A film depicting various scenes in East Sussex. It includes families having fun beside the sea and boats coming into Newhaven Harbour
A film by architect Joseph Emberton of his travels to three European architectural exhibitions; the first in pre-war Dusseldorf, the second in Paris and the third, at the Empire Exhibition in Glasgow.
Round The Town
An amateur film with intertitles which tours Folkestone in the immediate pre-Second World War era. The film was made by members of the Martin Walter Ltd Garage which features heavily.
With the Bentley in France and Switzerland
A film by architect Joseph Emberton of a holiday with his wife Kathleen. They travel to the French Alps and the Lausanne region of Switzerland, in their Bentley car. The couple enjoy swimming and relaxing in the holiday resorts and take in the mountain scenery.
Pennies; School Trip to Switzerland
'Pennies' is a cautionary story about the importance of road safety. Two boys on a bike are unable to stop when a girl runs into the road. One boy is killed when a car hits them. The second film, 'School Trip to Switzerland' follows a group of children as they learn about the Swiss way of life and explore the countryside.
[Holiday and Outings]
The Woolsey family on holiday at St. Mary's Bay near Dymchurch in Kent, where they travel on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, a walk around Rye, visits to Folkstone harbour and beach, and family scenes in their garden of their home in Shirley, near Croydon, on Surrey, in 1952.
South East England; The Downs and the Weald
An educational film demonstrating the links between South East England and London. The film focusses on agriculture, transport (to London and the continent), and seaside resorts.
Summer Holiday at Seaford in 1958
A family trip to Seaford. They play on the beach and take a trip to the Seven Sisters cliffs.
The Way We Live
Ewan McColl and Peggy Seeger's music and songs accompany Julia James and Kurt Lewenhak's portrait of railway workers during the gradual usurption of railway steamers for diesel trains. Men working on the railways are seen building, repairing and driving the steam engines in and around Darlington.
Welcome to Folkestone
A film showing the sights of Folkestone, including scenes of the beach and harbour. Several parks and gardens, such as the South Street Gardens, are also shown.
[Babies and Outings]
Colour and black and white footage of seaside outings and train rides and a trip to the zoo, filmed and compiled by Mr. Lambert in the 1960s.
[Rural Scenes; Outings; Holidays; Bluebell Railway; Eastbourne Trams; Rough Sea at Seaford]
|Date||1960 - 1962||ID||4154|
A compilation of home movie material which includes footage of hunting with hounds, family outings to beaches, and holidays to the Westcountry.
This film shows a series of East Sussex based steam rallies that includes a mix of steam traction engines, transport, commercial vehicles from across East Sussex plus a fairground organ . Note: The first scenes have a red colour cast to the image, full colour then returns.
[Holiday Isle of Wight: Country Walk]
This film shows scenes from a family outing to the Isle of Wight, that includes: a large group on a countryside walk; watching the boats and a Hovercraft leave a slipway; and waving off a family group aboard the ferry (Carisbrooke Castle). The second part shows the Sandown Carnival, with a town crier riding a motor scooter, beauty queens, and children in fancy dress costume. Final scenes show a car ferry docking at a slipway.
Family Album 1961 - 1965
|Date||1961 - 1965||ID||362|
Footage of a family at home and on outings over the year. Includes scenes by the sea during summer and sledging in winter. There is also footage of a school sports day.
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