The Yorkshire Film Archive collects, preserves, and shows film made in, or about Yorkshire. Our collections are non-fiction, dating from the 1890s to the present day, and providing a rich and visually compelling record of all aspects of lives, cultures, landscape, industries, major events and everyday activities, many of which are available to watch, free of charge, on our website.
This film is part of Free
A personal portrait of a family tour of some historic Northumbrian sights in the mid-1950s, with Seahouses looking especially idyllic, wonderfully filmed in Kodachrome.
From the collection of:
This family tour of Northumbria in 1957 might very well serve as a marvellous tourist film, only it is much more than that. As well as providing a wonderful trek of Northumbrian historic places, with a trip to Seahouses and the Farne Islands, it also give
This is one of many fine films made in Kodachrome by Halifax Cine Club member Ted Warburton, mainly of his family outings in the 1950s and ‘60s. This film was produced around the time that British Transport was making excellent travelogue films and John B