Film which claims to be the Titanic setting sail. Shots of relatives after sinking.
Belfast docks - bow of tanker and scaffolding, men riveting, carpentry and painting.
Princess in Belfast launching carrier HMS Eagle and at christening of Elizabeth Osborne.
Good colour footage of the liner ship Canberra being built.
Good shots of British troops on patrol during 'The Troubles' in Northern Ireland.
Design and production of banknotes at Morris Waterlow and Sons in Worship Street, London.
Various footage from trouble-spot area of Northern Ireland
Big machines work in a quarry.
Great film about lorry drivers who work through the night.
Traffic problems in London contrast with calm of country village. Shere, Surrey.
Atlas Express van driving on motorway at night towards Birmingham.
Cameramen pretending to film.
Launching of SS Britannic at Belfast.
Item showing new funnel for SS Britannic.
Ben Foord becomes heavyweight boxing champion after fight with Jack Petersen.
Australian boxing match between MacNab and Sear dissolves into chaotic free-for-all.
The pyramids in Egypt are explored by British aviators.
Prefab aluminium houses are made in the world's largest aluminium plant in Canada.
Sailors in the North Atlantic fire guns at icebergs to break them up.
The Queen launches new liner "Southern Cross" at Harland & Wolff's shipyard in Belfast.
'Myrina' the biggest ship built in Europe, is launched in Belfast. Northern Ireland.
Princess Marina, Dowager Duchess of Kent, launches HMS Kent in Belfast.
Large new liner 'Georgic' takes to the water from Harland & Wolff's shipyard.
The HMS 'Formidable' breaking away from moorings and launching herself, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Cuts from newsreel 47/84 - Princess Margaret launches Edinburgh Castle at Belfast.
Princess Margaret launches ship while a Cholera Epidemic threatens Cairo.
German item about making of a newsreel - excellent shots cameramen, labs, etc.
Extended coverage of events surrounding the sinking of the Titanic.
Copy of a television documentary made about the Titanic disaster.
Educational film showing the work of a newspaper journalist - rather good.
Very quick shots of newspapers being printed.