Full title reads: "A Bygone Craft. Making a hide covered coracle for salmon fishing on the Boyne, the only place in Europe where such hide boats are still in use."
River Boyne, Ireland.
Various shots of two elderly country gentlemen making a coracle - an ancient boat made from twigs...
We are shown a collection of wooden bygones which include a library ladder and a stocking airer.
Cuts (rushes, out takes) for stories in CP 498.
Beautiful sailing ships race off the coast of the US.
Modern architecture which makes use of available light contrasted with dingy tenement buildings.
Marquis of Bath and Mary Castle (actress) in pedal-boat, others in pedal-boats.
Two apparently unrelated out takes but the Pool of London material is a relic of a bygone era.
Funeral of Sergeant James Mustard, who rode in the Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava.