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Isle of Wight
This film features the Corder family on holiday on the Isle of Wight. The family tour the coast on several ferries and boats, play games on the beach and swim in the sea.
A film of Mr and Mrs Gowlland's holiday in Norway. Traveling around the countryside by car, they visit the city of Bergen; travel through the Jotunheimen mountains and past fjords including Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord and see a glacier and locals in traditional costume. They visit Lillehammer and Oslo, where they meet up with another couple and visit Vigeland Sculpture Park.
Members of the Gowlland family visit Scotland and tour around major attractions. The family film their crossing of the border. They visit; the town of Amulree; Edinburgh Castle; take walks in Aberfeldy; see Braemar and the former home of Robert Louis Stevenson; go to the Spittal of Glenshee; visit Stirling Castle and Hadrian's Wall.
[Family Holiday in Asia]
Lengthy home movie footage of a motoring holiday through Asia. The film-maker records their travels, filming the holidaymakers relaxing in the grounds of their hotels, swimming and playing golf, driving through the Indonesian countryside, and going on excursions to beaches and a nature reserve.
[Domestic Garden; Isle of Wight; HMS Venus; Birthday; Seaside]
This film shows the Linehan family at home [not included in online clip] on their son's birthday and on an outing to the seaside. The second part [included in clip] shows a visit to the HMS Venus moored in the Solent at Southampton.
The film shows the Dickins family from Surrey and other holiday makers on a trip to Austria, with images of the group as well as the surrounding countryside and architecture.
[Alpine Holiday; Boat Trips]
On a holiday in the Alps, Voss films a trip across Lake Geneva and a mountain hike.
A home movie featuring the Murray family on holiday in Switzerland in 1955. The journey is made by train from London and by ferry across the English Channel; the family are seen tobogganing on the ski slopes.
[Holiday to Spain and France]
This colour family holiday film shows highlights of a trip to the Hotel Agiua-Blava and Sevile in Spain, with shots of several beaches and a trip to a bullring to watch a bullfight. The second part of the film shows the family on a trip to Paris visiting several landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, to capture views of the city.
[Holiday in Scandinavia]
Film of members of the Gowlland family on holiday in Scandinavia, revisiting many of the sights they went to on their trip to Denmark in '52 and Norway in '54. In Denmark they pass through Ribe and Romo, go to Hans Christian Andersen's house in Odense and see the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen. In Norway, they go to the Holmenkollen ski jump, revisit the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo, and take in the landscape and culture of the region.
A.B. Hols [Family Holiday to Catalonia]
This film shows a family travelling by car to the Aigua-Blava Playa de Fornells Resort, in Spain via ferry and car. The family stop to have a picnic, admire views of the countryside, visit several beaches and tour local towns and villages. In the second part of the film the family visit Barcelona.
[Holiday to the Norfolk Broads and Outing to London]
A home movie from the late 1950s featuring the Murray family on a boating holiday on the Norfolk Broads. The latter part of the film includes a family outing to London.
[Italy: Venice; Lake Garda]
This compilation for holiday film shows highlights of a family holiday to Italy, touring Lake Garda and Venice by Gondola on the Grand Canal. In Venice the family visit a glass factory in Murano, and tour the Piazza San Marco, and Basillica. The film is inter-cut with shots of the family home and garden in England.
[Dymchurch 1957-58 and 1960-62]
This film shows the Giles family on their annual holiday to Dymchurch, Kent and on a day trip to Dover Castle, Kent. The film has intertitles throughout.
Garden of Formentor
This narrated colour film shows a family holiday to 'Majorca', staying at the Hotel Formentor with coastal landscape shots and a tour of local villages and attractions. The film has opening titles, voice over and music throughout. Narrated by Gilbert, Richard and Mary, with dubbed sound from Barbara (young girl).
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