World's End & Chelsea

Drum Majorettes At Chelsea FC

Drum Majorettes At Chelsea FC (1964)

A group of majorettes entertain the crowd at Stamford Bridge before a football game.

Chelsea Footballers

Chelsea Footballers (1976)

Boys arriving to Chelsea stadium and watching the football match.

Teddy Boys

Teddy Boys

Shots of tow Teddy Boys in their traditional outfits.

Gaiety Bar Beware - Other Colour Pics Share This Title

Gaiety Bar Beware - Other Colour Pics Share This Title (1968)

Fantastic little film showing cancan dancers entertaining pensioners in Fulham pub.

Cheyne Houseboats

Cheyne Houseboats (1970)

Houseboats moored at Cheyne, London.

Chelsea Song

Chelsea Song (1970)

Various shots of FA Cup final 1970 intercut with Chelsea players singing 'Blue Is The Colour'.

Rubbish Collection

Rubbish Collection (1970)

Out takes from a Thames Television children's programme "Magpie" about rubbish collection.

World's End Building Project

World's End Building Project

Large scale housing project in London's Chelsea district.

Quieter London

Quieter London (1950)

Nice street scenes in London. Good shots of markets.

Maxi Wear

Maxi Wear (1970)

Maxi fashion on King's Road, London.

Modern Fashion On Show

Modern Fashion On Show (1969)

Fashion show with designs by Ossie Clark & Allice Pollock at Chelsea Town Hall.

Helicopter Down The Thames

Helicopter Down The Thames (1959)

Aerial shots from helicopter over parts of London.

Gala All Stars

Gala All Stars (1964)

British film and TV stars appear for the crowds at Variety Club Fair in Battersea Park.

Smart Girls Of The G.T.C.

Smart Girls Of The G.T.C. (1941)

Members of the Girls Training Corps (G.T.C.) receive drill instruction. Chelsea, London.

A Near Thing!

A Near Thing! (1932)

England V Austria football international, played at Chelsea's Ground, Stamford Bridge.

Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 662 - Reel 2 Of 3 - Swinging Britain

Out Takes / Cuts From Cp 662 - Reel 2 Of 3 - Swinging Britain (1967)

Out takes (cuts, rushes) for story featured in CP 662 - quintessential "Swinging '60s" material.