Film ID: YFA 1814 ESKDALE 1930s Visitor TabsDescription This is one of many travelogue films made by amateur filmmaker Laurie Wright. Using intertitles, the films shows many of the interesting sights around Eskdale in Cumberland at a time before mass tourism. Title - An Argoth Production Intertitle - Lakeland the walkers paradise Title - Eskdale A car drives down a country road, followed by a cyclist. Intertitle - The 'journey' to the dale to Boot There is a crowd of people, possibly waiting for the train, followed by a train journey. The journey is filmed, at first, from up above the tender of the steam locomotive, and then towards the rear of the train. The train, on a miniature railway, is made up of open carriages packed with passengers. It passes a station, 'Irton Road', with a bridge over the railway. Intertitle - Tickets please As the train stands in the station a man goes around collecting tickets, before continuing on its way. It passes under another bridge before arriving at its destination. Intertitle - Boot The small engine gets turned around on a turntable, and runs around to couple onto the other end of the train. The main street through the village is shown. Intertitle - Bridge End Farm is over 400 years old A farmhouse is seen with a nearby brook and bridge. From the bridge a watermill can be seen. Two farmers bring a horse and cart laden with cut wheat. A farmer goes out into a field with a fork and rakes the cut crop ready for collection. The surrounding scenery is shown. Intertitle - Dalegarth Hall, a 16th century mansion The Hall is shown from the side. Intertitle - Esk Bridge The bridge is shown together with the nearby farms and woods. Intertitle - Dalegarth Force Some people walk over a bridge. The fall is seen in the distance, and then closer up, as the film comes to an end.