Stokesay Castle. Shropshire.
M/S of waterfall and lovely countryside. M/S of the castle. M/S of South Tower, the camera pans down it, M/S of door. M/S interior of staircase leading down to great hall, a lady walks down it. M/S of mullioned windows. M/S of view of countryside from the windows....
An item showing Conway with its castle and old Tudor houses. Wales.
Footage of the village of Skipton and surrounding countryside in North Yorkshire.
A look at some of the sights and traditions of picturesque South West Ireland.
Welsh travelogue - scenery, traditions, costumes etc. c 1956
Travelogue showing the influences from the north, south, east and west on Turkey.
Great holiday cruise and safari footage - visits to Canary Islands and South Africa.
A trip up the Rhine in the 1930s - unedited material.
Travelogue highlighting the beauty of Scotland - its countryside, traditions and people.
A look at Sir James Barrie's birthplace, Kirriemuir in Forfar, Scotland.
A look at Bodium castle in Sussex, the last purely military stronghold to be built in the country.
Lovely travelogue showing the countryside, landmarks and people of Scotland.
Bass Rock, Tantallon Castle and Dunbar Castle in the Borders, Scotland.
Travelogue with dummy Lord Charles and Ray Alan covers Scotland.
A bus tour of the the Scottish highlands to John O'Groats
Lovely shots of the Scottish countryside accompanied by soothing classical music.
Images of the officially declared "prettiest village in England" - Castle Combe. Very poetic.
Nice scenic shots of architecture and Minster at York - no soundtrack.
A look at some of the ancient buildings in Colchester, Essex.
Nice travelogue through Switzerland - also happens to be an advert for the Wolseley 1500 saloon car. c. 1959
A travelogue featuring Capri.
An item showing lovely scenery around Balmoral Castle and good shots of Aberdeen. Scotland.
Picturesque shots of childhood home of Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) - Glamis Castle.
Very good footage some famous landmarks in Devon including, Exeter Cathedral and Dartmoor Prison.
A tour around the Scottish areas where Sir Walter Scott lived and worked.