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“Dukedog” Arrival at Bluebell
Tom Martin, a founding member of the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society, follows The Earl of Berkeley Dukedog class 9017 locomotive on its journey from Kensington Olympia Station in London to Horsted Keynes in West Sussex to join the Bluebell line in 1962.
[Family Scenes; Hike and Outing; Wedding]
|Date||1962 - 1963||ID||4132|
An amateur silent film which features a number of events, outings and scenes of everyday life connected with the Osborne family. The film also includes some street scenes in Brighton and Hove.
Roving on Rails
|Date||1962 to 1964; 1965 [?]||ID||4828|
This film shows a compilation of the final days of steam showing: The Isle of Wight Railway; Britannia from Broad Street; Great Western to Maidenhead, Marlow; Hailsham Signal Box; Brentford Dock Branch; Somerset and Dorset Line; South Croydon Steam; Linger Line accident; Main line steam at Wimbledon; Mona’s Isle - Manx Electric and Snafell railway, Laxey wheel, Billy Cotton ad on horse drawn tram; Bullieds at Wimbledon, 1963 inc. 34059 on milk tanks. The Queen Mary and several smaller steam ships on the water.
Road Across the Tamar
Folk songs narrate the building of the Tamar Bridge between Devon and Cornwall, completed in 1959. Footage shot from the water, sky and from the workers' perspective on the bridge is included in this H. K. Lewenhak production.
|Date||1962 - 1963||ID||5350|
This holiday film shows the family in Devon visiting Watermouth, Lynton, and Clovelly. The group stay at the Watermouth Cove caravan park and visit the Watermouth Caves and Castle. The family fish in a river, swim, take donkey rides on the beach, visit he funicular Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway and tour the historic village of Clovelly.
[Cadet Corps; Beaulieu; Sports Day]
This family film shows: a group of cadets practising armoury drills and exercises on a playing field; the family on an outing to Beaulieu, with portrait shots of the family posing next to "The Bournemouth Belle" or Stowe steam locomotive; Go-Karts and a Model T Ford ride; Beaulieu Abbey and the grounds of the Motor Museum. The film finishes with scenes of a school Sports Day event at Brighton College (also on TID: 5347).
A Pocketful of Dinars; Holiday in Yugoslavia
A two part travelogue film, showing a family holiday to the former SFR Yugoslavia, visiting several coastal towns and communities in Croatia, including Opatija, Dubrovnik and Lokrum island.
Southern Counties Touring Society: South Western Limited
Scenes filmed on the Southern Counties Touring Society Railtour on the South Western Limited line, running from Exmouth to Waterloo, through Eastleigh, by G. S. Holyoake.
[Disused Railway Line]
Various scenes filmed at a disused railway line in Hampshire, showing "Medstead & Four Marks" in disrepair, followed by scenes of a functioning station, the Watercress Line and restored engines, by B. C. Suter.
[Family Scenes; Cornish Holiday]
This film shows the Brickell children walking to a park and playing on a miniature narrow gauge railway [Beech Hurst?], followed by a compilation of holiday scenes in Cornwall with the family walking along the cliffs at Lizard Point, visiting Trinity House and Lizard Lighthouse.
Sunbury and its Environs; Middlesex England
The Rotary Club of Sunbury on Thames captures views of Sunbury and its its surroundings with a descriptive commentary, including river scenes, the railway, town centre buildings, suburban housing, and businesses. There are scenes along the Thames, taking in Windsor Castle and Hampton Court, and the film ends with a Rotary Club luncheon party.
The LCGB Kentish Venturer Rail Tour
|Date||25 February 1962||ID||11105|
A special trip to commemorate the end of steam in Kent. A group of train enthusiasts watch the steam locomotive 'Sir Brian' as it departs. The train visits Rochester station, takes on water, and arrives at Margate station. Further views from the train and shots of the locomotive and passengers follow. Includes locomotives: '30782; 30782; 31263; 31690.
Beech Hurst, Haywards Heath Model Railway
People enjoy rides aboard the Beech Hurst Park Miniature Railway in this amateur film.
How Do You Go?
Amateur footage of the modes of transport people use whilst enjoying leisure time pursuits, including horseriding on the beach, canal barges, the Bluebell Railway, the Eastbourne Electric tram, and a variety of sea-going boats. The film was made by members of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society.
Dolphin Fair 1964; [Bluebell]; Donkey Races at Cuckfield 1945; [Beech Hurst Railway]; Veteran Car Rally London-Brighton 1963
|Date||1963 - 1965||ID||3119|
A compilation of amateur material showing the Dolphin Fair at Haywards Heath, steam trains on the Bluebell Railway, donkey racing at a fair in Cuckfield, the miniature trains of the Beech Hurst model railway, and the veteran cars on the London to Brighton race.
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