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[The Country Show] or [A Country Cattle Show] or [Country Sports]
The high jump, sack race and obstacle course are interspersed with footage of spectators in this film by Charles Goodwin Norton from the mid to late 1890s.
[Train Entering Watford Station] or [Railway Traffic on the L.N.W.R.]
Passengers alight a train at a railway station, shot from a fixed position by Charles Goodwin Norton.
[Seven Sisters Road] or [Horse-drawn Traffic in Seven Sisters Road; or, Tram Ride]
Shot from atop a tram, Charles Goodwin Norton's camera takes in traffic and pedestrians.
[Marble Arch] or [Horse-drawn Traffic Viewed from Elevated Position]
Horse-drawn coaches veer round a bend on the street below in this footage by Charles Goodwin Norton.
[Waves Crashing on the Shore] or [Sea Breaking Against Rocks; or, Waves Breaking on the Sea Shore]
Footage of breakers against ramparts and rocks by Charles Goodwin Norton in 1898.
[Sports Day] or [Foundling Hospital Sports Day]
Sports day at Foundling Hospital, London's first home for abandoned children, filmed by Charles Goodwin Norton in 1899.
[Military March] or [Fire Brigade Turn-out in the Country]
The 12th Infantry Brigade march from Dover to Arundel in this film by Charles Goodwin Norton of 1899.
Sheep Washing; or, Washing Sheep
Sheep washed in a river is filmed by Charles Goodwin Norton in the late 1890s.
The Bill Poster; or, Shop
Advertising animated photographs in a shop window results in a fight in this sketch by Charles Goodwin Norton of the late 1890s.
[Euston Road] or [Horse-drawn Traffic in Euston Road]
Traffic moves in all directions in this film by Charles Goodwin Norton, shot from the side of a crossroads.
The Postman and the Nursemaid
Two mischievous boys disrupt a postman and a nursemaid in a garden in this comedy by Charles Goodwin Norton.
A cycle corps are filmed during shooting practice by Charles Goodwin Norton.
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