A home movie made by Ruth Jacobson a cruise holiday take by her and her husband Lionel around the West Indies aboard the S.S. Antilles in 1958. The film begins with passengers taking part on the “Mysteries of the Deep” ceremony, a traditional Equator-crossing initiation rite that commemorates a sailor's first crossing. This is followed by visits to a number of tropical locations including Martinique, Guadeloupe, Puerto Rico as well as Caracas in Venezuela.
A sponsored film by Turners Film Productions that records the launch of the T.T. "Belgulf Progress" tanker from Furness Shipbuilding Co. Ltd, Haverton Hill, Stockton-on-Tees, on Saturday 13th September 1958. The film follows the VIPs boarding a special train to the launch from Kings Cross railway station in London, the launch ceremony, the return of the "Begulf Glory" to the River Tees.
An amateur film made by Alan Wharram which shows the preparation and parade of floats taking part in the Lord Mayor's Parade in Newcastle, in 1982. The film begins with views of parade members and floats preparing to leave and them travelling through the streets of Newcastle. The film ends with crowds dancing infront of the Civic Centre and the Lord Mayor of Newcastle handing out prizes to parade winners.