Film ID: YFA 4901 GREEN FAMILY HOLIDAY IN SALTBURN 1940s Visitor TabsDescription This is a film of the Green family on holiday in Saltburn, staying at the Christian Endeavour holiday accommodation. The film begins with a girl – either Moyra or Shirley - in school uniform on a station platform as a steam train arrives. The sign for Saltburn Station is shown. We then see a castle ruin and a view down onto a suspension bridge carrying cars. A woman and a girl stand by the coast looking out to sea. There is a sign for ‘Beechwood Court, Christian Endeavour’. Inside people are sat around drinking tea, and then sat outside posing for the camera. Two teenage girls hold a camera, pointing towards the cine camera that is filming them. The guests are shown leaving Beechwood Court and then a group of boys and girls are huddled together. The group have stopped for a break whilst out for a walk in the countryside. A group of the walkers are shown from a distance walking along a path through the rocks. Again they stop and pose for the camera, Moyra in her school uniform. They are next seen down on a beach, where they lark about and some paddle in the sea. They then board a couple of boats and head out to sea before being seen back on the beach. They sit for a large group pose for the camera. The film finishes showing a man and a woman on a country path.