A short amateur film made by Rebecca Patterson, described by the filmmaker as a cine poem, which records views near to her home including St Mary's Lighthouse at Whitley Bay, the Alcan Terminal near to Blyth and small boats at Seaton Sluice.
A Gaumont newsreel that records the towing from Wallsend shipyards on the River Tyne of the steel Admiralty floating dock (AFD4), also named the Medway, built for the British Royal Navy by the Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson shipyard. It was bound for the River Medway in Kent.
A Gaumont newsreel that records crowds strolling through Jesmond Dene park, Newcastle upon Tyne, on a Sunday during race week at Gosforth Park.
A Gaumont newsreel documents the crowds visiting Hopping’s Fair on the Town Moor, Newcastle upon Tyne, including adventurous men and women on a zip-wire ride.
This staged Gaumont comedy sketch documents a crowd watching an entertainer in drag at The Hoppings fair on the Town Moor in Newcastle upon Tyne attacking a news cameraman with an umbrella. The intention may have been to poke fun at suffragettes using it as propaganda against the movement.
This Gaumont newsreel documents the loading and unloading of ships on Newcastle Quayside using a steam winch. It is also a portrait of some of the young boys watching on the Quayside, many shoeless and dressed in ragged and mucky clothes.
Amateur film of a photo fair in Blackpool that features women modelling in staged sets for amateur photographers and filmmakers, shot by Frank Wilson and edited by his brother, Edgar Deans Wilson.
Amateur film by two brothers, Frank Wilson behind the camera and Edgar Deans Wilson as editor, that records a beauty contest at Blackpool Lido in the 1960s.