This is one of a collection of films of the family of Queensbury doctor Dr Allan Glenn at home (Innisfree) in Queensbury and Little Horton, and on holiday, in the 1940s. This film includes visits to Ponden Reservoir, near Haworth, Ripon and Aldborough.
This is a film from the Alan Neal collection of films of Scarborough, which show many of its most popular places from the late 1960s, as well as providing a glimpse into everyday life and visitors enjoying the attractions. These include Cowboy City, motorcycle racing at Oliver’s Mount, water skiing on the Mere, and an England v the Rest of the World cricket match.
This is a film from the Alan Neal collection of films of Scarborough, which show many of its most popular places from the late 1960s, as well as providing a glimpse into everyday life and visitors enjoying the attractions. It includes fish being unloaded and auctioned in the fish market, a wrestling match, and Peasholm Park.
This is a film from the Alan Neal collection of films of Scarborough, which show many of its most popular places from the late 1960s, as well as providing a glimpse into everyday life and visitors enjoying the attractions. It includes people on the beaches at both North Bay and South Bay, Tree Walk Wonderland, and timber being unloaded form ships on the docks.
This is a film from the Douthwaite Collection showing their son, Kenneth, during his first five years. The film includes celebrations for his christening as well as a holiday to Scarborough.
This is a film made by Dorothy Langshaw of a trip by the children of Westfield Infants School in York, where Dorothy was a Headmistress, to Flamborough and Flamingo Park in Scarborough, with a soundtrack of children singing and piano music.
This is a film made by Dorothy Langshaw of a trip to Bridlington by the children of Westfield Infants School in York, where Dorothy was the Headmistress. It is accompanied by songs, piano music and sound effects, and has illustrated intertitles.
This is a film of students from Odsal House School for the Deaf in Bradford on a trip to Whitby.
This is a film of a family at home and taking day trips during the Second World War. The film is accompanied by playful intertitles, many of which provide location information.
This is a film of a family on a day out at Sandsend, and the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Young in October, 1961.
This is a film made by Daniel Dougal (1874-1954, born Paisley, Scotland) of Scarborough. Accompanied by explanatory intertitles, the film shows visitors enjoying the attractions including the Spa, bathing poll, and beach
Part of the Cass collection, this film captures a number of family events and days out over several years. Included are a wedding, a visit to Hull, the Ross Gala at Grimsby, and a trip to Bournemouth.
Part of the Cass Collection, this film features a number of events in Selby, including severe flooding, as well as the family at home and on holiday in Scarborough.
This is a film of the Cass Family, in Selby, including the family at home, at Filey, weddings and the coronation celebrations in Selby, including the Youth Week Queen.
This is a film made by John Edward (‘Ted’) Warburton, a member of Halifax Cine Club, of a family holiday to Northumbria in 1957. They visit many of the tourist attractions of the county, including Brunton Castle, Beadnell Bay, Bamburgh, Crumstone, Farne Islands and Holy Island.
This is a film of a family holiday at Filey and Whitby. It also includes the family stopping off at Sledmore on the way home.
Part of the Warburton collection, this film features a family holiday at Filey. The film includes footage of the family during their leisure time as well as a Punch and Judy show on the beach.
This film, from the collection of G Burns, is one of a series of films made by Brun Educational Films under the generic title of the Yorkshire Dales; in this case featuring Scarborough and Robin Hood’s Bay.
This film is a travelogue which highlights various sites around Yorkshire, including Scarborough, York, Thornton-le-dale, and Whitby.
This is a film of a family tour of the east coast of Yorkshire, including Scarborough and Bridlington, as well as a visit to Blackpool and Southport.
This is a film of the fun family events taking place at the NALGO Holiday Centre at Cayton Bay.
Film maker Ronald Pringle presents more film of holidays and excursions in Scotland, north west and south west England.
Railway enthusiast and filmmaker Chris Lawson records a motor racing event near Edinburgh and family holiday film at Sandsend near Whitby. Saloon and sports cars of the period are tested to the limit in the racing event. At Whitby the less frenetic progress of boats and small ships are filmed as they enter and leave the harbour.