Ruined village of Old Hallsands, Devon, and the sole inhabitant, Elizabeth Prettejohn.
Ceremonies are held to honour Sir Francis Drake and Horatio Nelson.
Miss Stringer, the first woman to hold a jockey's licence, races at Bideford.
Youth groups prepare for a long days hiking on Dartmoor.
Lovely travelogue showing the pleasures that await holidaymakers in Devon, Cornwall and Dorset.
Postman Henry Moore rides pony when delivering mail remote parts of Dartmoor.
Travelogue extolling the virtues of Dartmoor.
Wild Dartmoor ponies are rounded up.
Little boy hiker resting, his dog drops his shoes into the river to help him cool off - quirky!
Little boy and his pet Scottie dog go hiking on Dartmoor, Devon.
Item about young boy and his dog playing on Dartmoor in Devon.
A story about a former model who has become a mobile hairdresser and beautician on Dartmoor.
Great aerial shots of Dartmoor Prison - inside prisoners are rioting.
Little film about postman who delivers mail on horseback. Great shots of countryside.
Item showing Dartmoor in Devon.
George Pampion attends to sick animals on Dartmoor farms.
National Trust beauty spot - streams at Watersmeet passing through woodland.
A look at picturesque Watersmeet where the West Lyn and East Lyn rivers meet up to go to the sea.
Boats in the Torquay Regatta. Devon.
King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra visit Dartmouth Naval College.
A man in Torquay makes model boats to perfection.
Clive Gunnell is a ship's carpenter who paints and sculpts in his spare time.
Crew begin to dismantle the Finnish Windjammer 'Herzogin Cecilie' after it has run aground near Salcombe, Devon.
Mr and Mrs Tom Hepworth prepare their boat for a trip to the West Indies. Brixham.
Great educational film tracing the travels of a postcard through the postal system to its recipient.
Queen Elizabeth II visits the Royal Agricultural Show. Newton Abbot, Devon.
Mrs Watts puts down milk for piglets and poodle puppies at farm in Newton Abbot, Devon.
New Zealand All Blacks rugby team in training in Newton Abbot.
Bizarre Guy Fawkes' night tradition in Devon - men run holding burning barrels.
King George VI tours Cornwall and Devon.
Scenes of in Devon after a summer of severe drought.
Prince Philip visits the town that was wrecked by the terrible floods.
A look at the flowing river at Watersmeet in Devonshire.
Caves in Cheddar Gorge and apple harvest in Devon - good scenes.
Men and women take their dogs out to hunt otters near the River Bovey on Dartmoor.
A group of young boys learn how to be cowboys.
Children's fancy dress and dog competition in Paignton, Devon.
Lovely travelogue showing holidaymakers having fun in Devon.
A little travelogue feature presenting Torbay - new resort along the 20 mile stretch of South Devon coast.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories featured in CP 505.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for story featured in CP 726.
The animals at Paignton zoo are looked after by an all female staff. Devon.
Britannia leads the way in a procession of floats though the streets of Paignton.
Food transported in helicopter to snowbound animals at Yelverton.
Very good footage some famous landmarks in Devon including, Exeter Cathedral and Dartmoor Prison.
Clearing roads and feeding animals during snowy spell in Devon.
Footage of ancient gooseberry pie festival in Devon.
Travelogue showing scenes and inhabitants of Devon. Nice footage of holidaymakers and fishermen.
Harold Wilson's son Robin marries Joy Crispin. Dawlish, Devon.
Members of 18-Plus groups charter train to Dawlish for their Easter holiday.
Sculptor Skeaping makes a Statue of the famous horse race 'Hyperion'.
An item about the animals in Paignton zoo including a chain smoking chimp.
Traditional celebrations at Widecombe Fair and Cardiff Castle is handed over to the people.
Princess Elizabeth pays a visit to Plymouth, Exeter and Dartmoor.
Flowers made from shells by Marguerite May David-Baker in Bovey Tracey, Devon.
Princess Alexandra watches the guide dogs in training and receives a Golden Labrador puppy.
Men try and repair the sea wall after giant waves have swept part of it away.
Duke of Connaught opens Sidmouth's Gardens.
Colonel Wilfred Ashley opens new sea wall at Sidmouth.
Winter weather threatens sea defences at Sidmouth.
Junior Naval cadets go through their paces watched by Lord Baden Powell on training ship.
Children on holiday in Exmouth with aid from French War Charities Society, Devon.
Women divers are seen practising for the Olympics - some slow motion footage.
A private zoo in Illfracombe - various animals including lions and dingoes.
A lamb and a lion pose for the Colour Pic cameras - rather reluctantly!
British troops undergo assault course at Woolacombe (?) during Second World War.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries keep track of sea trout with a trap on the River Axe.
Cuts from newsreel 47/74 - Widecombe Fair.
Quirky story about a dog who likes to water-ski.