Film ID: YFA 487 MARSDEN & CANAL IN SNOW 1931 Visitor TabsDescription This film captures the village of Marsden, near Huddersfield, after heavy snow. There are also some shots of various family members. There are shots of a road and houses covered in snow. The trees, hedges, park and benches are covered in snow; two boys throw snow balls off to one side. There is a brief shot of a river surrounded by snow. Two boys walk towards the camera and throw snow around; they stand and pose for the camera. This is followed by more shots of the snowy landscape. In the next shot the two boys are next to two men; they all smile at the camera. There is more footage of everything covered in snow followed by a shot of a big, black, shiny car sitting in the snow. This is followed by a group of adults and children gathered outside smiling for the camera. The next scene is snow-free and a few people walk along the path towards the camera. The car is in shot; a young boy and girl stand smiling beside the car. There is a brief shot of a train arriving at a platform. This is followed by another shot of the gathered family members and then a shot of a man talking to the camera. He pulls a lot of funny faces and then starts laughing. The man, a few women and a boy stand around talking and the man does a little tap dance. Some other people and an older man stand around for the camera; the older man then gives a woman, possibly his wife, a long kiss and everybody laughs. The final shot is of some of the people walking along a beach.