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[Watertou] [Hong Kong and Australia]
The Gillings family on holiday to Queensland, Australia in 1985, stopping briefly in Hong Kong.
[Children's Film Unit: Fire; Golf]
Action packed animated sequences and fiction scenes, many out of focus or over exposed, by Neville Gillings and his friends in 1985, called the 'Children's Film Unit' by his father, Michael Gillings.
A short film showing a group of men building a Caiqui (Caïque), a traditional fishing boat on a beach on the coast of Sými Island, Greece. The film is accompanied by a voice-over describing the making process.
[Brighton: West Pier; Palace Pier]
Various scenes filmed on the seafront at Brighton by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter in the 1980s. Shots show: the West Pier; Palace Pier; Madeira Drive; the front of The Grand Hotel; amusements on Palace Pier that includes the "American Dunker"; and the Volk's Electric Railway line with an electric car passing along the seafront between Palace Pier and Black Rock.
[Brighton: West Pier Scenes]
Brighton Seafront scenes taken by B. C. Suter in the 1980s, featuring views of the West Pier and members of the Brighton branch of the National Union of Railwaymen rallying together on the seafront, following a protest march.
Journey by Open Top Bus
The 1985 film by Hugh Hale charts a trip along Bognor Regis sea front from an open top bus.
[Mid Hants Railway: Ropley to Alton]
This short film starts at Ropley, on the Mid-Hants Railway, otherwise known as the Watercress Line. The restored West Country Pacific 34016 'Bodmin' hauls a train of visitors to the railway's northern terminus at Alton. Here they watch the 'Bodmin' engine prepare for the return journey to Ropley.
Kelly to the Isle of Man
This film was made by George Horrobin to record a family holiday to the Isle of Man. The film records the journey from Brighton by car and then by ferry, and many of the places that the family visited while on holiday.
[Air Display at Farnborough; Etc.]
Air display scenes featuring a British Airways Concord, Harrier Jump Jet, Airbus A300 and the RAF Red Arrows, filmed in 1986 at Farnborough Air Show in Hampshire by Michael Gillings and his son Neville.
Brighton: West Pier Revisited
|Date||16 March 1986||ID||7220|
A titled film showing views of the West Pier, Brighton in a state of disrepair. Signs notify visitors of the closure of the pier to undertake emergency repair and restoration work funded by grants and donations.
A holiday to Florida in 1987, taken by the Gillings family in 1987. They visit Sea World, Disneyland, the Epcot Centre, National Pavilions, Gaitorland and Cypress Gardens. Footage is taken by both Michael Gillings and his son, Neville.
[Old Crocks' Race]
Michael Gillings films the Veteran Car Run to Brighton as participants pass by the Black Lion Pub in Patcham in their open top 'Old Crocks' in 1987. Most wear warm clothes and waterproof coats, waving from their motorcars, while driving alongside modern vehicles.
[Apple Fayre; swimming pool; light railway; paddle steamer 'Waverley']
An amateur home movie featuring family activities at various locations in Kent. The Sykes family on trips out to an Apple Fayre, picnicing, swimming and spending time at the beach. Family members ride on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway and the paddle steamer Waverley.
[Signal Box Repair; Brighton Seafront]
This short film shows workers repairing a vandalised signal box at a Level Crossing in Portslade and women being dunked into water on a seaside amusement game on Brighton Seafront, in scenes filmed by B. C. Suter in 1988.
|Date||29 August 1992||ID||7223|
Various scenes that include the amusements, promenade lift and Volk's Electric Railway buildings, land train and amusements on the seafront; filmed on a Bank Holiday weekend in Brighton.
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