Item explaining gears and levers.
Diagrams and film items illustrate the use of gears and levers. Includes girl on seesaw lifting men on the other end by positioning of lever. M/S of car gear box. Various old gears on show at Kensington Science Museum.
A history of marine propellers and a look at latest speed boats in action.
Old machinery is contrasted with modern day versions.
Entertaining fantasy item showing how things might be after the war has ended.
Life model of coal miners being set up at Kensington, London.
Arthur Allan Lloyd and Geoffrey Buggins winding clock, dial of saturn speeded up.
Glenn's space capsule placed in Science Museum.
A look at the development of keys and locks through the ages.
Timepieces and clocks through the ages, ending with the modern clock of the Shell Building.
Good footage of the Science Museum shop in Kensington, London.
A section of the first steam turbine ship is removed by crane.
A look at the planet and the history of the mathematicians who have measured it.
Rover's Gas Turbine 'Jet' Car is shown at the Science Museum in London.
Pond water organisms are remodelled in glass at the New York Marine Museum.
A short history of cranes.
London Association of Engineers hold dinner to celebrate their centenary
Footage of steam train being towed through streets of London after decommissioning.
An exhibition at the Science Museum and modern projectors being laced up at Warner Cinema.
We look at the work and influences of scientists through the ages.
Moon dust on show at the Geological Museum, London.
Aircraft exhibition in Science Museum in London.
Rover car success, various stories. Good quality throughout.
Astronomy and the moon; from Galileo to new high powered telescopes in America.
A look at how ploughs work and have developed over the years.
Cave paintings are explained by diagrams; early typewriters seen at the Science Museum in London.