This is one of many films made by amateur filmmaker John (Jack) E Dyson of Leeds. The film features a tram journey through Leeds as well as some work on widening the A1 near Boroughbridge.
This film features members of the Hull Auto Club during various rallies in East Yorkshire including Hull and Withernsea and a Vespa Rally in Goole. Many different makes and models of motorbikes and cars are featured during the different events. It’s likely the entire film once had an accompanying commentary; however, only sections of the soundtrack remain.
Through a combination of voiceover and footage, this promotional film for Ringtons Limited follows the cycle of tea production and distribution, from the Ceylon plantations to the Ringtons Tea factory in Algernon Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, and from the factory to the customer’s doorstep.
This amateur film documents a day out on the Keighley and Worth Valley Light Railway (KWVR), taking a steam train journey between Oxenhope and Keighley, calling at Haworth and Oakworth. This 1970s film was made by amateur Middlesbrough filmmaker Leonard Winter who also worked with the Cleveland Cine Club. This film is part of the Newcastle & District Amateur Cinematographers Association (ACA) collection.
This film by railway enthusiast and filmmaker Chris Lawson records steam engine traffic in and around the North East in the mid 1960's. The film also may be capturing some of the last passenger steam services to run as on the 12th August 1968 British railways imposed a ban on all mainline steam traffic.
This film by railway enthusiast and film maker Chris Lawson looks at the steam engines which run on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, a heritage railway in West Yorkshire and also the engine works and shed at Philadelphia, Tyne & Wear [County Durham at the time of filming].