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Reference number: 1452

Date: 1929

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 4.30 mins

Description: The steamer the "Duchess of Argyle" leaves for Brodick, Arran from the pier at Rothesay.

Shotlist: No credits. Walter with Tam O'Shanter and Souter Johnnies, Kirkoswald. Walter in garden plays with the statues of Tam O'Shanter and Souter Johnnies, and of the shore line (.33); Woman on esplanade walking her dog. Pan along beach (.53); Shots of the steamer "Duchess of Argyle" approaching the shore watched by women in tennis clothes, holding rackets (1.13); Sail to Brodick. "Duchess of Argyle" leaving pier. Shot from steamer of pier as it pulls out. General Views of shore (1.55); Shots of another passing steamer. More shots of shore (2.21); Largs Prestwick and Helensburgh showing public putting greens. General views of parked cars, exterior of terraced houses and shots of a woman walking along the beach. Sea front houses. People walking in sand. Man walks towards his car (3.12)