Celebrations in the Isle of Man at the opening of their Parliament - the Tynwald.
King and Queen visit the Isle of Man.
The ancient ceremony of the re-opening of the Manx Parliament.
Opening the world's first radar harbour at Douglas, Isle of Man.
SS Tynwald is guided into Douglas, Isle of Man, using radar.
Travelogue - a family holiday on the Isle of Man - landscapes, beaches, local traditions etc.
Traditional swearing in ceremony of a new Governor takes place in twelfth-century castle.
Royal Family visits Isle of Man and Scotland - children enjoy a holiday while Queen tours.
An item about the horse drawn trams of Douglas and the rest home the horses go to on.
Great Isle of Man travelogue - fantastic countryside, strange creatures and mysterious legends.
Footage of the fishing boat arriving at Peel Harbour in the Isle of Man.
Mail steamer 'Duke of Lancaster' run ashore in fog.
Acts do not become laws unless they were read aloud in English and Manx from Tynwald Hill.
Ancient ceremony of Tynwald Day - reading of Manx Laws on Isle of Man.
Officials from Douglas, Isle of Man, proclaim Assembly of Parliament on Tynwald Day.
Motorcycle stunts, including games of football and polo played on bikes.
Crowds greet the liner 'Alberic' arriving at the Isle of Man.
The Isle of Man celebrates the opening of her parliament and the reading of the Island laws.
Governor of Isle of Man, Sir Claude Hill receives deeds and keys of Rushen and Peel Castles.
Fish are hauled in on a South African beach, a woman level-crossing keeper does her work on the Isle of Man and an unemployed man carves model ships.
Vice Admiral Leveson-Gower takes up post as governor of Isle of Man.
New Governor of the Isle of Man arrives at his post and we take a look around the island.