Film ID: NEFA 20313 PENDOWER SPECIAL SCHOOL, NEWCASTLE: VINTAGE CARS c.1968 Visitor TabsDescription Footage of children from the Pendower Hall Special School, Newcastle upon Tyne, attending a royal motorcade; views of a vintage car show; and a record of the children’s trip to Bad Ischl in Austria. A group of children, some of them physically disabled, relax in the sun by an outdoor pool. View of the junction of Shields Road and Headlam Street in Newcastle, where a long row of children in wheelchairs are lined-up. Behind them a row of shops: Harton “Same Day Cleaning” dry cleaners shop, Co-operative, DER Television Rentals, Northern Rock, Marika’s, and Graves. A motorcade, possibly carrying members of the royal family, drives past. Views of historic vintage cars driving along an open country road. Close-up of one of the vehicles (reg. P 8530)which is parked by the side of a road, a traffic policeman converses with the driver. Views of various other vintage cars (F 7230, UST 1). Footage from a horse show jumping or dressage competition. Panoramic view of children eating a picnic in a mountainous area. High peaks surround the group. View of a group of children aboard a mining train entering a tunnel, above which is written, “Maria Theresia Stollen 1775”, a salt mine near Bad Ischl in Austria. Views of mountainous countryside.