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[The Bluebell Dukedog]
A trip along the Great Western Railway's Earl of Berkeley 3217 on the Bluebell Line after its restoration in the early 1960s, produced by Tom Martin, a founding member of the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society.
A film produced by Tom Martin, a founding member of the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society, recording the restoration, naming ceremony and first journey taken by the Earl of Berkeley 3217 steam locomotive after its acquisition by the Bluebell Railway in the early 1960s.
The "Bluebell Railway" Steams Again [Bluebells in Wood. Dukedog]
The Earl of Berkeley Dukedog class 9017 locomotive is filmed traveling between stations on the Bluebell line in Sussex by Tom Martin, a founding member of the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society.
[Pre-Restoration Dukedog Material]
Bluebell Railway scenes filmed by Tom Martin, a founding member of the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society, of The Earl of Berkeley Dukedog class 9017 and the Bluebell 323, passengers and workers, in the 1960s.
A documentary created by Trevor White about restoring the Bluebell Line as a heritage railway, after its closure as a transport service. The film shows the journey from Sheffield Park to Horsted Keynes before restoration, and includes the people involved in the restoration; the process of clearing the tracks and cleaning up the station buildings.
Film of a variety of subjects including: a garden full of flowers in bloom; scenes at Sheffield Park Gardens; the construction of a small pond; a group picnicing and camping in the countryside; a marching band and scenes at a funfair.
[Bluebell Railway; Garden Scenes]
|Date||1962 - 1963||ID||1703|
Film from the Gowlland family collection showing a journey on the Bluebell Railway from Sheffield Park Station. Geoffrey Gowlland is seen cutting up logs, and family members including John Gowlland and his wife Elizabeth are seen relaxing in the garden on deckchairs, smoking, reading and and playing with the dog.
[Compilation: 1: Historic Railways; 2: Advert; 3: The Sound of Music]
|Date||1962 - 1963||ID||4014|
A well produced amateur film in 3 parts. The film begins with a study of local small railways. There is a short advert and then a tribute to Rodgers and Hammerstein productions, focusing on the Sound of Music.
[Family Scenes; Hike and Outing; Wedding]
|Date||1962 - 1963||ID||4132|
An amateur silent film which features a number of events, outings and scenes of everyday life connected with the Osborne family. The film also includes some street scenes in Brighton and Hove.
[Grant Brothers Staff Outings]
A series of Grant Bros. outings to Sheffield Park, East Sussex and several retirement homes for staff that includes Beechwood in Faygate, a site in Horsham (?) and Cottage Homes in Mill Hill, North West London.
[The Stepney at Sheffield Park Station; The Brighton Blue Belle]
|Date||27 October 1963||ID||1953|
Scenes at Sheffield Park Station, where workers are busy during a period costume event, and Brighton Station, where the Brighton Belle leaves for a special trip to Horsted Keynes in 1963, filmed by Tom Martin, a founding member of the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society who produced over 400 films of the railway, its engines, passengers and workers.
[Sheffield Park Gardens; Brighton Carnival]
|Date||[ca. 1965]; 1969||ID||3781|
This amateur film opens with shots of a visit to Sheffield Park Gardens near Haywards Heath; two women are seen wandering around the gardens and admiring the plants. The second part of the film features the Brighton Carnival and a procession of floats as it passes along Grand Avenue in Hove.
[Family Scenes: Bits and Pieces]
A compilation of footage taken by Michael Gillings in the mid to late 1960s. Scenes at Shoreham Airport, Shoreham Harbour, Brighton Beach, where a ship has run aground, Sheffield Park Station on the Bluebell line, the 11th Brighton Coach Rally in 1965 and views from the top of Sussex Heights are included.
Eastbourne: Sun trap of the South
A publicity film for the seaside resort of Eastbourne.
It's Only a Coach Ride Away
A promotional film made during the 1960s to promote the various coach tours organised by Maidstone and District Motor Services Ltd. The film features the various coach tour locations and emphasises the company's organisational abilities in arranging tours.
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