L/S looking down a busy street in Chester, Cheshire. Several good shots of 'The Rows' were numerous shops are located. L/S's the remains of the old Roman wall. L/S of tower were Charles I saw his army defeated in 1645. L/S's of Chester Cathedral.
L/S's of the church at Chesterfield in Derbyshire....
Travelogue with dummy Lord Charles and Ray Alan covers Cambridge, Norfolk and Yorkshire.
Nice travelogue through Switzerland - also happens to be an advert for the Wolseley 1500 saloon car. c. 1959
Unused material shot for the documentary "Jerusalem" - some other locations featured too.
Fantastic film about new housing - slum dwellers are rehoused in nice suburban accommodation.
The Bristol Channel and Docks. Many views of Bristol including the Clifton Suspension Bridge
Documentary about the Duke of Windsor - Prince of Wales, King Edward VIII
The wonders of Britain - documentary made to encourage tourists to visit.
Fantastic film educating Americans on the bizarre customs, etiquette and traditions of the British! c. 1974
Long documentary about horse racing - mostly about the involvement of royalty.
A look at scenic Stoke Poges in Buckinghamshire.
Tribute to long career of Winston Churchill - lots of library material.
Travelogue extolling the virtues of Canada as a holiday destination.
A look at the picturesque city of Chester.
General shots of Addis Ababa. Ethiopia (Abyssinia).
A travelogue around Athens, Piraeus and Vouliagmini.
Travelogue highlighting the beauty of Scotland - its countryside, traditions and people.
Various views of the city's landmarks and inhabitants at work and play.
Travelogue with dummy Lord Charles and Ray Alan covers Wales, Bath and Cornwall.
Lots of unedited material showing Butlin and his wife on holiday in South Africa. c. 1961
Footage of Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, on visits abroad and at various events.
Travelogue item showing historic city of Chester and River Dee.
Item showing picturesque places in Derbyshire including Chatsworth and Castleton.
A look at the Worcester countryside and Edward Elgar conducting. No soundtrack.
Coronation of the Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey - introduction.