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Yorkshire are 1968 County Cricket Champions
A three-day battle between Yorkshire and Surrey in the cricket County Championship leads to a triumphant win for Yorkshire.
Sport 1968 4 mins
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Anglia Television cover all the action at Anlaby Road’s The Circle, the traditional home to Hull Cricket Club where the County Championship continues with a three-day battle between Yorkshire and Surrey. The result? For the third successive year, Yorkshire are County Cricket Champions!
Following Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s wins in 1966, 1967, and 1968, they did not win the Championship again until 2001.
The County Game
Sport 1923 1 mins Silent Location: Blackpool
Meet the team - a close encounter with some of the great characters of Lancashire cricket.
Amateur film 1955 6 mins Silent Location: Worcester
Cricket in the sunshine as Worcestershire take on Yorkshire at New Road.
Sport 1971 4 mins Location: Taunton
Somerset is knocked out as Lancashire reaches target
Sport 1922 0 mins Silent Location: Oval, The
Surrey play Yorkshire at the Oval as the 1922 County Championship nears its conclusion.
The Carlsberg Hampshire Cricket Challenge, Hackwood Park The Carlsberg Hampshire Cricket Challenge, Hackwood Park
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Sport 1913 10 mins Silent
Large crowds gather for cricket week at Canterbury's St Lawrence Ground, as Kent take on Sussex and Nottinghamshire.
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Promotional 1970 16 mins Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
Tuning into the biggest consumer market for television advertising in Britain with Trident TV.
Amateur film 1982 3 mins Silent Location: Kingston upon Hull
Fans celebrate as Hull FC take home the Rugby Challenge Cup trophy after the rematch declares their victory.
Amateur film 1945 11 mins Silent Location: Preston
Playing the beautiful game - the ladies from Lancashire demonstrate their skills.
Amateur film 1972 6 mins Location: Kingston upon Hull
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Documentary 1983 26 mins Location: Kingston upon Hull
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Documentary 1963 29 mins Silent Location: Kingston upon Hull
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Industry sponsored film 1960 24 mins
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Documentary 1973 15 mins
British Transport Films record the varied daily lives of their neighbours as seen from the high roof of their building in London’s Marylebone.
Travelogue 1953 21 mins Location: York
The Stationmaster at York guides us through a typical day, from dawn to dusk.
Industry sponsored film 1957 20 mins
Illustrating the efficiency of express freight trains, and how they link manufacturers with their customers at the other end of Britain.
Documentary 1952 30 mins
Examining a day in the life of what was then the busiest railway system in the world – British Railways.
Industry sponsored film 1957 9 mins
A 1957 film examining the future for British Railways, and some of the opportunities provided by a new modernisation plan.
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