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Grimsby's New Fish Dock
Lord Farringdon, Deputy Chairman of the LNER, at the opening of a new fish dock in Grimsby
Non-Fiction 1930 1 mins Silent
Lord Farringdon, Deputy Chairman of the LNER, cuts the first sod at the opening of a new fish dock in Grimsby - watched by an eager crowd of onlookers.
Non-Fiction 1909 9 mins Silent Location: Grimsby
Hardy trawlermen brave bad weather and rough seas to bring in the catch
Documentary 1938 16 mins Location: Grimsby
The Grimsby fishing fleet at sea and onshore
Drama 1937 75 mins Location: Grimsby
Drama and romance by the North Sea in this tale of family dispute
Amateur film 1928 26 mins Silent Location: Barnsley
Deep underground, Yorkshire miners hew their living out of the coalface.
Promotional 1963 29 mins Location: Lincoln
Historic Lincoln where 100 acres are dedicated to the Ruston Group whose engines provide power for industry across the world.
Travelogue 1907 9 mins Silent
A grand tour of Japan’s major cities, offering scenic views of the streets and daily life.
Interest film 1913 3 mins Silent
This ethnographic film offers a brief overview of the traditional culture of the Ainu, an ethnic minority in Japan.
Documentary 1905 4 mins
The performance of a masked dancer is followed by a scene from a kendo match, contrasting grace and ferocity.
Non-Fiction 1904 2 mins Silent
In a school gymnastic festival, boys and girls demonstrate their physical rigour through exercise and dance.
Interest film 1909 5 mins Silent
A vibrant festival with parades of fishermen and geisha celebrates the 50th anniversary of the opening of Yokohama Port.
1912 5 mins Silent
Pathécolor’s mechanical stencil colouring is put to good use illustrating a festival at an ancient shrine.