|Title ID||7017||Collection ID||959|
|Title||[Hollycombe Park Railway; Amberley Chalk Pits]|
|Theme||Family life Transport|
|Keywords||Steam Locomotives Railways Workers Trains Outings Family|
|Duration||3 min. 11 sec.|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
Scenes filmed by Michael Gillings in 1984 while on outings with his son Neville to Hollycombe Park and Amberley Museum and narrow gauge railway.
0:00:11:12 (7017.1) A worker performs maintenance work on the Peter Pan engine at Hollycombe Park. A steam locomotive arrives at the station, and a tram engine drives on the road. A steam powered plough is demonstrated, traveling along a pulley system. The driver of the Sir Vincent steam engine on the railway leans out of the cab. Another worker drives an engine on the miniature railway, pulling two empty carriages. Neville, the film-maker's son, is seen climbing on a disused engine.
0:01:50:11 (7017.2) At Amberley, the 1920 open top Southdown bus arrives. The Polar Bear engine passes along the track, followed by a further engine. Neville and a friend push one another on a platform along the track at Amberley Mine.