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The Steyning Line
|Date||6 February 1965||ID||2848|
Two amateur film-makers record a journey on the Steyning Line from Christ's Hospital to Brighton made one month prior to the lines closure. The film shows the entire trip, including the car journey to Christ's Hospital station, and includes views from the diesel train of the countryside and stations on route. The film also features scenes of Brighton as the men make their way from the Station to the seafront and back before making the return journey.
A member of Brighton & Hove Cine Club records everyday scenes in Brighton and Hove during the mid 1960s. The film is a compilation of events, people and places.
Brighton and Other Places of Interest
This well-made amateur film extols the sights and activities that Brighton had to offer visitors during the late 1960s. The film, which includes a commentary and music, captures scenes from Brighton, its seafront, parks and gardens.
[Family Scenes: Bits and Pieces]
A compilation of footage taken by Michael Gillings in the mid to late 1960s. Scenes at Shoreham Airport, Shoreham Harbour, Brighton Beach, where a ship has run aground, Sheffield Park Station on the Bluebell line, the 11th Brighton Coach Rally in 1965 and views from the top of Sussex Heights are included.
A film by Joseph Cantor (founder of Mid-Sussex Cine Society in 1967), which offers a look at the landmarks and sights around Brighton, focusing on the seaside and other tourist attractions, accompanied by a nostalgic commentary and music.
An amateur comedy style documentary film showing various aspects of Brighton in the late 1960s. The film takes a humorous look at Brighton's seaside attractions, weaving together images of the town with a loose narrative.
[Michelham Priory Exhibition and Brighton Seafront]
Two films made by George Horrobin in the 1970s. The first contains scenes from a craft exhibition held at Michelham Priory, and the second shows the Palace Pier at Brighton and a regatta taking place on the beach between the two piers.
South Coast Resorts: Maidstone & District Version
A promotional film made during the early 1970s to promote coach holidays to south coast resorts. Numerous resorts and sights of interest are featured, alongside a commentary which commends coach travel as the best way to experience the south coast of England.
[Brighton scenes; street singer; etc.]
The seaside town of Brighton features in this amateur film from the early 1970s with intermittent soundtrack and informal commentary.
Mr Howard Rose uses his movie camera for the first time to capture scenes of Brighton beach on a summers day in 1976.
We Don’t Do These Things Every Day
This is a compilation of: a domestic family film; a short travelogue film of the Stefan Batory ship in Tilbury Dockyard; the seaside resorts of Torquay and Brighton in late summer; and a winter wedding at St Peter's Church in Ditton.
10 minutes in Brighton
The sights and sounds of Brighton during the late 1970s are captured in this amateur film. The film features typical scenes of the seafront, marina and Royal Pavilion some of which are accompanied by music soundtracks.
A film showing various aspects of Brighton in the early 1980s contrasted with postcard images of the town from an earlier age. The film is silent though may have been intended to be shown with a live commentary.
[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.
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