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Herne Hill Cricket Club, Kent Tour
This amateur film captures the Herne Hill Cricket Club as it tours Kent competing against other cricket teams during the summer of 1931. Matches are played at Folkestone, Dover, Chatham House School at Ramsgate, and Tenterden; intertitles show the score at each of the venues.
[Children at play; farming]
Colour amateur footage which shows the Brocklehurst children playing at a plot of land owned by their family in Mersham, Kent and the surrounding countryside; farm labourers are seen busily getting in the harvest.
Outing to Kent and family scenes
|Date||1948 - 1950||ID||121|
A film from the Ellis family collection. Mr Phil Ellis captures scenes from outings and other events in the life of the Ellis family between 1948 and 1950. The film includes a trip to Rye and Tenterden in Kent, boating on the River Ouse at Barcombe Mills, East Sussex and a seaside outing to Brighton, as well as various other scenes of family activities in the countryside.
[Wedding at Little Orchards]
|Date||5 September 1953||ID||10049|
This film, shows a family wedding in Kent, followed by the wedding reception at the family home and closes with a brief group outing to Rye in East Sussex.
Re-opening of Tenterden market
A short news item featuring the re-opening of Tenterden market. Following a brief shot of the town centre and St. Mildred's Church, the mayor conducts the opening ceremony and cuts a ribbon. The mayor and other invited guests, including Lady Nunburnholme, then go on a walkabout of the market.
[Kent and East Sussex Railway]
Passengers waiting at Tenterden station. Men working on rolling stock. Steam trains on the move. View from a moving train.
Been and Seen
An amateur compilation of places and events in southeast England. The film, which includes intertitles, captures places of interest at various locations in the southeast, including scenes from a Dickens Festival at Broadstairs.
For the Love of Steam
Activities on the Kent and East Sussex Railway line, set to music. With a young boy acting as guard and ticket collector, the train departs from Tenterden Town station traveling to Wittersham Road, showing work of the driver, the passengers in the carriages, and the views along the way.
[Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway; Kent & East Sussex Railway]
Four films made by amateur film-maker and train enthusiast Barry Coward. The films contain footage of steam trains on the Kent and East Sussex Railway and the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway. The camera focusses mainly on the engines, but there are also shots of passenger carriages and platforms.
[Tenterden and Rolvenden Stations]
This film begins at Tenterden Station, where a double-headed train arrives from the South. Several locomotives, of many sizes, haul various wagons and railway vehicles up and down the station with visitors to the line watching the process. 'Maunsell', a USA Tank, numbered 22, hauls its train towards Rolvenden, where it stops. A pair of level-crossing gates are then opened to allow 'Maunsell' to continue the journey to the end of the line.
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