This is an idyllic film by Charles Chislett that captures four children holidaying with their families in the Yorkshire Dales. The filmmaker shows his son and daughter and two other little girls as they wander around and play in the many famous landmarks such as Buttertubs Pass, Aysgarth Falls and historic towns such as Richmond. The film also captures the process of making Wenslydale cheese. Intertitles are used throughout the film to identify the different areas that the families visit in the Yorkshire Dales. There are also extensive views of the surrounding countryside.
This is a film by Charles Chislett of his family at home and on visits to countryside and seaside. It features daughter Rachel, son John, and two young friends (seen in Dale Days). They visit Ingleton waterfalls and Castlerigg stone circle.
Made by Charles Chislett, this is a film of a family holiday in the Lake District. The film includes many scenic views of the Lake District which are accompanied with descriptive intertitles.
This is a film made by Derrick Walton of a family holiday in Devon in July 1952.
This is one of many travelogue films made by amateur filmmaker Laurie Wright. Using intertitles, the films shows many of the interesting sights of Patterdale & Hellvelyn at a time before mass tourism.
This is one of many travelogue films made by amateur filmmaker Laurie Wright. Using intertitles, the films shows many of the interesting sights around Eskdale in Cumberland at a time before mass tourism.
This is a collection of various short films from the Ibberson collection and includes footage of a holiday in Scotland as well as brief scenes of a football match at Hillsborough Stadium, Sheffield.
This film documents a day out that involves workers from the Newton Chambers and Co. factory based near Sheffield. The film includes footage of the Lake District, boating in Knaresborough, and Morris Dancing in Sheffield.
This film, produced by the Yorkshire Film Company Ltd, is part of the John Murray collection and follows David Brown Tractors of Yorkshire's products to the Far East. The film includes scenes from the flower making factories in Hong Kong to the tractors working on agricultural land.
This film features a father showing his son how to fish at the River Ure, North Yorkshire. It also includes footage celebrations after a wedding at a country hall and a travelogue of a holiday to Spain.
This holiday film by Betty and Cyril Ramsden captures some of the smaller towns in Norfolk as well as the couple's leisure time on the Broads. The Ramsdens were semi-professional filmmakers and members of the Leeds Cine Circle.
This film shows Susan's school trips to the Lake District, London attractions and Windsor. In the Lakes the children visit many National Trust sights. Susan does not appear in the footage although the sights that she takes in are captured along with a boat ride on the River Thames.
Magazine film featuring short travelogues about the Lake District, Oxford, Blackpool, Edinburgh and London. A commentary offers anecdotes about the various trips and illuminating information about the places visited.
Holiday travelogue by Yorkshire filmmaker Eric Hall, exploring the delights of the Côte d’Argent region of southwest France. This film takes a look at the production of pine resin in the forests of the area, as well as visiting some key landmarks of the city of Bordeaux.
Holiday travelogue of a journey to the Côte d’Azur and Alps region of southwest France, with enchanting views of mountains and lavender fields.
This holiday film by Eric Hall travels through sunny Portugal, visiting beaches, religious monuments, markets and small towns, observing Portuguese daily life as it goes.
A commercial travelogue presented by Royal Sutcliffe in which a couple travel by train to Yorkshire to explore the county. They begin their journey in York before visiting Harrogate, Fountains Abbey, Ripley, Byland and Rievaulx abbeys and Helmseley where they watch a woman weave on a loom. They travel onto the coast visiting Staithes, Whitby, Robin Hoods Bay and Scarborough before visiting Lord Derwent's Estate on the outskirts of Hackness. The final part shows views of Filey, Bempton Cliffs where men collect eggs, Flamborough and Bridlington where the film ends.
This home movie produced by Christine Hanley features men at work on Layton House Farm near Sedgefield dipping sheep, ploughing a field and bailing hay. The film also includes a visit to Seahouses where an Amphicar sails around the harbour and also shows views of birds and seals during a visit to the Farne Islands. A holiday to the highlands of Scotland and a phantom car ride through France are included, as well as footage of guests at Christine’s and husband Frederick’s wedding in 1964.