At the Hazelbush Travel Bureau, many groups of tourists and families enjoy mealtime in the midst of their travels.
This film is a collection of title cards for a film titled, "The Yellow Balloon."
This film was made by York photographer and filmmaker May Webb. It features many different key sites around the city of York as well as part of the Mystery Plays and other theatrical events.
An Aqua Photo Film presentation, this film features many of the key attractions around the city centre of York.
A holiday trip to Jersey.
This is a film of an air show at Church Fenton.
This film is made up of portions featuring four main events: the Leeds Circus, Flooding at Scout Hill, a Cooling Tower Power Station, and the AMAS Fire.
This film captures a family's day out at Lightwater Valley Theme Park in Ripon.
The film shows some of the sections of a motor trial taking place in the Peak District of Derbyshire, possibly the High Peak Trial organised each year by the Sheffield and Hallamshire Motor Club from 1946.
This is a film of Leeds Children's Day, beginning with a procession through Leeds led by the Gala Queen, and finishing at Roundhay Park. In Roundhay Park there is a baby competition, a children's fancy dress competition, track events, country dancing and a fair.
This reel of film consists of a number of different films taken around Halifax from varying years and film stocks. Made by the Halifax Cine Club, the films included in this reel are in the following order:
This reel of film consists of a number of different films from varying years and film stocks. The films included in this reel are in the following order:
This is a holiday film which documents the cruise of a Yorkshire family leaving from Liverpool, sailing around down to Teneriffe in the Canary Islands stopping at many places along the way, and then the journey back to the UK. This film provides an interesting and unique perspective of travel during the 1930s. Well made and well documented with intertitles, this film provides a glimpse into the life and leisure of Yorkshire people as well as captures the local culture and flavour of the places which they visit. In addition, the life aboard the cruise ship is also well documented and includes scenes of deck games and joint exercise classes as well as parties and other activities.
This film contains two holiday trips, the first of which takes place in July, 1929 of a cruise through the Mediterranean. The second holiday film entitled "With the 'Stratheden' to Athens and Malta" takes place in June, 1938. Consisting of both black and white and colour footage, both films provide wonderful documentation not only of the exotic holiday locations, but also of life and overall interactions within the family as well as with the native peoples of the cruise ship destinations. Both films are quite well made and well documented describing the many towns and sites which this Yorkshire family was able to see.
This short film documents a cruise to Greece and, as the title suggests, the variance in life from the modern ship and towns, to the ruins of ancient Greece, especially Acropolis.
This is a film about a cruising holiday that briefly shows tourism in: Messina Sicily, Dubrovnik Yugoslavia, Mallorca and Gibraltar. The film is made up mostly of scenes of tourists and a few cityscapes and landscapes.
This is a documentary made by Betty and Cyril Ramsden which chronicles the places, activities, and life around the Humber estuary. The film includes lengthy intertitles that explain some of the important facts about the areas in which they filmed.
A documentary made by Betty and Cyril Ramsden, this film features Bryan’s Fish and Chip shop located in Headingley, Leeds. This film includes footage of the local shop and Lowestoft Harbour where the fish is processed before reaching the shop.
This film contains footage of a few short films including shots from Odsal Stadium, the Coxwold Horse and Pony Gymkhana, and a film about a man who goes into a room at the top of a house. The film was made by Betty and Cyril Ramsden. The couple were semi-professional filmmakers filming both for pleasure and taking on commissions from companies such as the Yorkshire Evening Post.
This is a holiday film which records a journey through France, documenting many of its beautiful countryside and architecture. The film was made by Betty and Cyril Ramsden, semi-professional filmmakers filming both for pleasure and taking on commissions from companies such as the Yorkshire Evening Post.
This is a film which documents holiday and leisure activities of the Lockwood family in 1960.
This is a comedy film which was made by over 40 members of eight Halifax youth organizations. Taken at Shibden Park Lake, the film tells the story of the boat race for the trophy between members of the Spartan Club and the Blackledge Club.
Made by members of the Halifax Cine Club, this film is a compilation of events which took place in Halifax from 1973-1974. The film includes footage of the opening of the M62 motorway, Christmas decorations in the town centre, and a Gala Concert by Young Musicians.
This is a film which documents a number of events in the Halifax area during 1985-86 including a carnival, police open day, an industrial museum, Skye Run, canoes, and the new police station.
This is a film which documents a number of events in the Halifax area during 1987 including a visit by the Prince of Wales, the bus station building, a protest, and medieval jousting.