Full title reads: "Pendine Sands. Britain beats the World again! Mr Geo. Eyston makes motor history, hurtling his 7 h.p. Magic Midget over 120 miles per hour - breaking record with average of 118.38 m.p.h."
Pendine Sands, Dyfed, South Wales.
George Eyston's M.G Midget is wheeled down...
Sculptor Fred Darrington uses the medium of sand to create models of masterpieces.
European Sand Yacht Championships take place on the beach at Lytham St Anne's.
The latest Australian sport - people skiing down sand hills in Cronulla.
Owner Mr Millett Denning tests his sand yacht racer.
Sand yachting race at Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire.
Material relating to newsreel story "Special - Sand Yachting" - 69/83.
The car belonging to the world land speed record holder of 1926 is found buried in Pendine Sands, Wales
Footage of sand yachts speeding across beach in race.