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[Snow Scenes; Etc.]
Tobogganing, dressing up and vintage commercial vehicle run scenes, filmed by Neville and Michael Gillilngs at home in Patcham in the 1980s.
[Midhurst Scenes 1]
Footage taken by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter while following the (ldecommissioned) Midhurst Railways line [?] to Petersfield Station. Scenes include bridge and country road views, and a section of the railway line and a level crossing with traffic passing. Additional scenes can be found on TID: 7201 [Midhurst Scenes 2].
[Midhurst Scenes 2]
Various street scenes showing the old railway line, disused railway bridges and buildings in Midhurst. Shots also show the railway embankments now overgrown and the last remaining parts of the line that are still operational, including a railway station building. This film is additional material to TID: 7200 [Midhurst Scenes 1].
Halstead in Kent
|Date||March - October 1980||ID||7684|
This colour amateur documentary from 1980 features the history of Halstead in Kent. It includes various scenes of the village and surrounding countryside and is accompanied by a narrative about historical points of interest.
Film of the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Greenline buses. The busses and trolley busses date from late 1920s to 1980 and from around the country, congregating in Crawley. Various types of buses are seen along with people dressed in period costume. A market selling bus related memorabilia is shown along with an inspection of bus engines.
[Canterbury East Signal Box. Demolitions: Alexandra Terrace and the Marlowe Theatre]
The first part of this film shows the workings of the signal box at Canterbury East and trains at the station. The second part shows demolition work on buildings opposite Canterbury East railway station and the demolition of the Marlowe Theatre.
A for Eyesight
This colour documentary film highlights the work of the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind's five year Indian campaign against Xerophthalmia (blindness caused by malnutrition) in children. This film includes footage of adults and children being examined and treated by physicians though out. This film has a voiceover narrative and music soundtrack.
Man in May
This colour film provides a traditionally British postcard-home style narrative to the Isle of Man TT Races in Douglas, with views of various island attractions, motor vehicles as well as the main races. The film has instrumental commercial music throughout [commercial music has been removed for online use]
A car is passed between drivers as a couple eat a three course meal at a restaurant. The car finds its way back to where they left it, but they are shocked at what they find in the back seat. A fiction film produced by Albany Cine Club in 1984.
[Bicycle Stunts; Children's Film Unit: Top of the Wallies?; Veteran Car Run]
Neville Gillings and the Children's Film Unit perform on 'Top of the Wallies' in a Patcham garden. Michael Gillings, the camera's owner, records the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run as it passes through Patcham in 1984.
This amateur colour comedy film with animated title, tells the story of a woman whose car has broken down on the side of the road, where several passers-by stop to assist and chaos ensues. The film has opening and closing titles with dubbed sound and sound effects throughout. This film was submitted by the society for the Albany film competition in 1986.
[The Great Storm]
Scenes of the devastation caused by the great storm which hit the South East in October 1987. The aftermath of fallen trees, crushed cars and blocked roads are shown along with the clean-up effort to remove trees blocking roads and to repair telephone lines.
[Old Crocks' Race]
Michael Gillings films the Veteran Car Run to Brighton as participants pass by the Black Lion Pub in Patcham in their open top 'Old Crocks' in 1987. Most wear warm clothes and waterproof coats, waving from their motorcars, while driving alongside modern vehicles.
Looking Down on Horsham May 88
|Date||28 May 1988||ID||12870|
High angle views of Horsham as recorded from the roof of a building. Sweeping panning shots show the many buildings in the town. (Note: The soundtrack has been removed from this online version as it is of poor sound quality and incomplete).
Movies and Memories: Worthing
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10773|
A compilation of archive footage on the subject of the West Sussex town of Worthing, coupled with memories captured by Screen Archive South East from residents of the town during an oral history and reminiscence project in 2013.
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