Rare stencil colour Pathe Pictorial item.
Titles tinted magenta - rest stencil coloured.
"York, that ancient yet modern City of the North, full of quaint 'Bars", (Walmgate, Micklegate, etc. not the other sort)." Various views of York including Walmgate, Micklegate and the Minster....
Nice scenic shots of architecture and Minster at York - no soundtrack.
Various shots of Phnom Penh in Cambodia - street scenes, landmarks etc.
Long documentary about horse racing - mostly about the involvement of royalty.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
Oscar-nominated travelogue showing the beauty of Southern Ireland and its suitability as a holiday destination.
Travelogue. Mute Version.
Early colour travelogue showing views of Lilleshall in Shropshire.
Lovely scenic views around Stockton and Durham on the Tees river.
Documentary covering changes in women's lives and status between l890 and 1930.
Nice travelogue through Switzerland - also happens to be an advert for the Wolseley 1500 saloon car. c. 1959
Documentary about the Royal Family. 1937?
Lovely film showing the wonders of Ireland - great scenic shots and local characters.
Cyclists ride in one day race from London to York, and others take part in York Cycle Rally.
Documentary detailing 50 years of British involvement in the oil industry of Iran.
Documentary tracing the history of the St John's Ambulance Association.
Various shots of a country wedding. Some of the guests arrive on old fashioned bicycles.
Out takes ( rushes, cuts ) for stories in CP 586.
Various shots of Cambodia and Vietnam - housing, work, jungle etc.
Great educational film tracing the travels of a postcard through the postal system to its recipient.
Documentary tracing the history of the City of London and variety of trades performed there. 1951?
Lovely travelogue showing some sights of Yorkshire - stencil colour print.
Lovely scenics of Scarborough and the Abbey at Rievaulx - stencil colour print.
Travelogue item showing cathedral city of York.
Nice shots of St. Paul's Cathedral in London - shown in honour of his ter-centenary.