Princess Elizabeth pays a visit to the pottery factories of North Staffordshire.
David Scott-Moncrieff buys Rolls-Royces which have fallen into disrepair and restores them to former glory.
Excellent film about British holidaymakers being taught about foreign countries. Staffordshire.
Processes involved in making Toby Jugs - Long John Silver is model focused upon.
Chimps in clothes behaving like humans at Hints Zoo, Staffordshire.
Crockery designs are created, transferred and painted onto plates at the Wedgwood factory.
Various shots of deer in the forest of Cannock Chase.
Remains of a wrecked railway train in Staffordshire.
China plates are made at a factory (probably Wedgwood) in Barlaston, Staffordshire.
David Scott-Moncrieff shows off the collection of Rolls Royces he keeps on his farm.
Students pick football pools numbers at seance at Stafford.
Coalmen take part in a coal carrying race at a garden fete in Stafford.
Princess Elizabeth on a tour of the Doulton China Works
Newcastle-under-Lyme reveals its plans to build many new houses after the war.
Partly prefabricated low cost housing being built in Staffordshire.
Doctor Edward Woods becomes a new bishop of Lichfield.
The North Staffordshire regiment receive Freedom of the Borough. Burton-on-Trent.
A gateway made up of horseshoes brings luck to those who see it. Burton-on-Trent. Staffordshire.
Footage of baby show in Tamworth, Staffordshire.
Short travelogue showing us around the town of Tamworth in Staffordshire.
Stanley Baldwin and his wife visit Stoke-on-Trent.