Mady by Lucy Fairbank, this is a film which captures a Linthwaite Council School trip to the British Empire Exhibition in Glasgow. It starts early in the morning as they get on the train, follows them throughout the day, and accompanies them on the journey back to Slaithwaite.
This film includes footage of the Middleton Colliery Railway taken by W. Pearson.
This film contains a selection of scenes taken by the Bruce family in the 1930s. Many scenes feature their young baby girl at their home in Huddersfield, enjoying the local area and being taken on picnics and farm yard outings. The reel also contains a brief snippet of a wedding, and trips including a sea voyage and an excursion to Blackpool.
Part of the Garratt Collection, this is a film chronicling the trip between Leeds Central to Bradford Exchange railway stations in spring, 1967.
This is an amateur film that shows a train that was transporting butter having been derailed during the Second World War in the village of Clayton, West Yorkshire.
Made by Alan Sidi of the Mercury Movie Makers, this is a comical film that uses speeded up movement to show a train journey between Leeds and Bradford that takes less than ten minutes.
Made by filmmaker Lucy Fairbank, this film is part one of a travelogue of a journey around pre-war Europe.
This is a comical film by Eric Hall of his local cine club outing to the Lake District, taking various forms of transport.
Made by members of the Halifax Cine Club, this is a short film about the South Devonshire steam railway line.
This film is one of several from the Parkin collection. It depicts family activities in the countryside on their visit to Castleford, a trip to the seaside and a birthday party.
This is one of a large collection of British Rail, and some pre- British Rail, films inherited by the track renewals company Fastline in 1996, and passed on to Fastline Photography when they folded in 2010. This one has condemned wagons being used to test various types of buffers by being propelled into them at different speeds, probably taking place in the railway yard at Great Horton in Bradford.
This film made by Chris Lawson, filmmaker and railway enthusiast, looks at steam traffic on regional and other railways in Britain in the late 1960's. This film loooks at industrial railways particularly in the South East Northumberland coalfield and also the demise of the steam engine in a literal sense with a visit to a breakers yard in South Wales.