Full title reads: "New York. Now let's give ourselves a pat on the back! See and hear what America thinks of the famous 'Royal Scot'."
New York, United States of America (USA).
Various good shots of the famous steam locomotive - The Royal Scot - as it travels along a piece of track...
Fantastic film educating Americans on the bizarre customs, etiquette and traditions of the British! c. 1974
News stories in brief from around the world.
Preparing the steam locomotive the Coronation Scot for the United States of America in London.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
Documentary about Sir Anthony Eden - Conservative Foreign Minister and Prime Minister
Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, carrying out official duties at home and abroad.
Footage of the steam train the Coronation Scot being lifted by crane onto a ship bound for the USA.
International news stories in brief - Oxford and Cambridge at Twickenham, Fat Stock Show at Thame, German locomotives old and new, Duke of York at Coventry, Surrey air liner crashes, President Roosevelt carves a Turkey.
News in brief from around the World.
Documentary about Parsons - designer of turbines and generators - good shots of work and science.
Famous steam train - The Royal Scot - arrives at Euston Station after North American tour.
Documentary about the life of Harold Macmillan - Conservative Prime Minister 1957 - 1963
Roundup of the latest world's news.
Retrospective piece on the life of Eleanor Roosevelt.
Duke of Edinburgh with Nixon and Gov. Rockefeller at British Trade Fair in New York.
British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald arrives in New York for visit.
American stars are setting sail for London and the Royal Command Performance.
A "modern" (1933) train is compared to an "old fashioned" locomotive from 1831.
Review of the year 1966 - Technicolor.
Documentary which covers the Royal Tour of Canada in 1951.
The Coronation Scot arrives in Baltimore in the United States of America.
Biopic tracing the life of Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Great film showing the need for playgrounds to keep children amused.
Various material of the Duke of Windsor and Mrs Simpson.