This is a demonstration film made by Edgar Allen & Co., Ltd. in Sheffield, most probably at their the rail track site on Shepcote Lane. The film shows the various stages in the production of double shear steel as well as other kinds of steel. Extensive intertitles are used throughout the film providing information about the production process.
This is a promotional film made by Air Products PLC demonstrating the advantages of their liquid nitrogen food-freezing Cryoquick system. Among their customers shown using the system are William Wright and Sons Ltd. at their factory at Skelton, and the meat manufacturers Stocksbridge Game.
This is a promotional film commissioned by the British Steel Industry which highlights new developments in the manufacturing of steel, improving efficiency and cutting costs. The film runs through the entire steel producing process in a Sheffield works, incorporating many of the sounds of the steelworks.
This is a compilation of newsreels – British Pathe, Topical Budget, and Gaumont – showing the Prince of Wales opening a new power station in Rotherham, visiting the Vickers factory, and meeting ex-servicemen.
This is a film showing the process of producing billets of steel at the Park Gate Steelworks in Rotherham. With the use of intertitles, each stage of the process, from the scrap yard to the finished product, is explained and shown.
This film shows the working of the 11” and 24” continuous bar mills at Parkgate Iron and Steel works in Rotherham.
This is a film made to commemorate the granting of a Charter of Incorporation to the Borough of Rotherham in 1861. The film provides a history of the town, and an update of local services, with interviews with the Town Planning Officer and the Director of Education.