Road Safety Demonstration 1960

Star Item
  • Add to Favourites
  • View as stills
This video has no sound
  • Description

    Unissued / Unused material.

    Road Safety demonstration. Wellington Barracks, London.

    Various shots Minister of Transport Ernest Marples making speech outside the Barracks. Various shots of parade of vehicles including Penny-Farthings, three wheeled cycles, and a vintage car. Various shots schoolchildren watching. Elevated LS parade of vehicles, including bicycles and present day motors. Various shots of demonstration showing the Do's and Don'ts of road using. MS's Mr Marples watching. Various shots of the 'What not to do on the road' demonstration.

    Various shots Mr Marples shaking hands with little children who took part in the demonstration and presenting them with autographed copies of the Highway Code. CU's little children with Highway Code booklets. Various shots as Marples presents other participants with copies of the Highway Code, and inspects their vehicles etc., CU's zoom in to poster on road safety.

  • Tags

  • Data

    Archive
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1960
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    84949
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2956.10
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:03:19:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:26:25:00 / 01:29:44:00
    Canister:
    UN 3347 B
    Sort Number:
    UN 3347 B
  • Appears in...

    Collections
    Newsreels
    Categories
    Religion & Politics
  • Stills

Comments (0)

We always welcome comments and more information about our films.

All posts are reactively checked. Libellous and abusive comments are forbidden.

Add your comment

To post a comment, please Register or to add a comment
24 January 2015 marks 50 years since the death of British Prime Minister and international statesman, Sir Winston Churchill. British Pathé’s cameras followed Churchill throughout his career.
churchill
If you are a media professional and have seen some footage or stills you wish to include in your production, please contact us.
laurelhardy
2014 marks 100 years since the start of World War One. To honour this landmark occasion, British Pathé have launched this definitive collection of WW1 films.
yardstare

Related Videos

Hide
Gargling Parade At Wellington Barracks

Gargling Parade At Wellington Barracks

Quirky film showing lines of solders gargling flu fluid at Wellington Barracks grounds.

Belgium's National Day

Belgium's National Day

Free Belgian troops celebrate their national day at Wellington barracks in London.

New Army Drill

New Army Drill

Soldiers demonstrate a new training drill at the Wellington barracks in Shropshire.

Girl Hiker With Wellington Boats

Girl Hiker With Wellington Boats

A young hiker has footwear for all weathers.

Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington, New Zealand

GV's of Wellington New Zealand, taken from Royal Tour material.

Wellington New Zealand

Wellington New Zealand

Shots of Wellington in New Zealand.

Experimental Barrack Rooms

Experimental Barrack Rooms

Old type barrack room, new barrack room, soldier enters washes hands at sink, pulls down bed

Wellington Bombers - 1942

Wellington Bombers - 1942

Wellington bombers taking off and in flight.

Holocaust Memorial Day takes place on 27 January each year. These images from Auschwitz and Belsen help to remember the horrors of the Holocaust.
Holocaust
The images taken from inside Buchenwald Concentration Camp after its Liberation show us what it was like; it tells us what happened and forces us to remember.
Buchenwald
As Britain commemorates the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's death, here are Pathé's iconic images of the wartime leader.
churchill
British Pathe captured many extraordinary events on film over its 80 year history but sometimes the cameras were switched on when tragedy struck.
Franz Reichelt
The great politician and orator Winston Churchill left behind a sea of humourous quips and discerning quotes. We remember some of his finest epigrams and witty ripostes.
Churchill
10 telling images selected from British Pathé's extensive WWI footage. 'The war to end all wars' was a war without parallel: over 70 million military personnel were involved and over 17 million people died.
WW1
There are some people who saw their mortality as really rather funny. Here are 12 of the best epitaphs.
laurelhardy
Verbal warfare at its best. Here are some of history's greatest retorts and snarling insults. These people certainly didn't mince their words!
pope
She may never have given a press interview but she is still one of the most famous women in the world. Here are 13 surprising facts you may not know about Queen Elizabeth II.
dancingqueen