Cardinal Bourne at Buckfastleigh Abbey Church near Torquay, in Devon.
The Devon Spelaeological Society goes hunting for bats in caves at Buckfastleigh.
Series of stories including dogs playing football and a funfair ride called Rideawall.
Lovely travelogue showing holidaymakers having fun in Devon.
The Pullman train "Devon Belle" provides good views of the countryside as it passes through.
Item about model railway enthusiast Chris Soper. Plymouth, Devon.
Teenage boys of the Infantry Junior Leaders Battalion are seen in training in the Plymouth countryside.
A new training ship called 'Revenge' is opened in Devon for the use of sea cadets.
Very good footage some famous landmarks in Devon including, Exeter Cathedral and Dartmoor Prison.
Good shots of the players of the Plymouth Argyle football team at their home ground.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth see a tin mine, land girls, WRENS and RAF cadets.
U.S. Marine Corps General Shepherd sees Royal Marine Commando training during visit
Footage of the Royal Marines in training in Plymouth, Devon.
Adventure holiday for boys on Drake's Island, Plymouth Sound.
An item about the newly constructed bridge over the River Tamar on the Cornwall/ Devon border.
Children celebrate a jubilee at Torquay.
The Reverend Teddy Boston shows us his model train set, recreating a section of the Great Western Railway.
Excellent footage of training exercises for the Marines at Bickley, Devon.
New Zealand All Blacks rugby team in training in Newton Abbot.
The Prince of Wales sees a display of sailors and scouts in Plymouth.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visit Dartmouth's famous Naval College.
Old locomotives being destroyed and new locomotives being made - all in one film.
Britannia leads the way in a procession of floats though the streets of Paignton.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories featured in CP 505.
Sailors on their way home celebrate Christmas.
People enjoy the beauty of the seaside in Winter and also the fun of a skiing resort.
Great educational film tracing the travels of a postcard through the postal system to its recipient.
Prince of Wale concludes his tour of India and returns to Plymouth (Devon) and onto London.