LOWLANDS OF SCOTLAND

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Scottish golfer Willie Auchterlonie tees off at St. Andrews Old Course. (clip - onsite only)

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The attractions of the Firth of Clyde and Loch Lomond as described by a 1940s travelogue. (clip - onsite only)

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Places:

  • Ayrshire
  • Bute
  • Fife
  • Glasgow
  • Midlothian
  • Stirlingshire
  • West Lothian

Subjects:

  • Animals
  • Architecture and buildings
  • Employment, industry and industrial relations
  • Landscapes and seascapes
  • Leisure and recreation
  • Tourism and travel
  • Transport
  • Water and waterways

Genres:

  • Travelogue

Decade:

  • 1940s

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Title: LOWLANDS OF SCOTLAND

Reference number: 1939

Date: 1946

Sponsor: Travel Assoc. of GB, NI, and Scottish Tourist Board

Production company: Paul Barralet Productions Ltd

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 15.33 mins

Description: A travelogue on the lowlands of Scotland, including footage of Burns' country, the Trossachs, and the towns of Stirling, Linlithgow, Edinburgh, and Glasgow."

Credits: Baze Productions Limited present ... Travelling Abroad No 5 LOWLANDS OF SCOTLAND. RCA Sound System
scenario and p. Paul Barralet and Richard Fisher
m. John Reynders
m. arrangement Hal Evans
ph. Lionel Wheeler
film. ed. Ivy Mulligan
sd. re

Shotlist: Credits (0.26); General view of piper in countryside (0.51); View of Robert Burns' cottage (0.54); Eddison Farm, Burn's workplace, where he met Jean Armour (1.07); General views of old church in Alloway (1.30); Brigadoon (1.37); Burns monument in Alloway (1.41); View of old bridge in Ayr and statue of Burns (1.55); View of Glasgow's George Square (2.11); Shots of the Art Gallery and Glasgow University (2.34); Glasgow Green and the cathedral (2.54); View of the Stock Exchange and the River Clyde (3.14); The pleasure steamer "King Edward" and shots of shipyards on the Clyde (3.47); General views of the Kyles of Bute and Loch Long (4.32); Shots of Loch Lomond (5.05); General views of Stirling (5.19); Stirling castle and the Wallace monument (5.53); Shots of a bridge - "gateway to the Highlands" (6.58); Linlithgow Palace where James V and Mary Queen of Scots were born (7.26); Shots of tweed manufacturing factory (8.52); The Celtic church in St Andrews and shots of St Andrews University (10.19); View of St Andrews golf course (10.49); The Forth railway bridge and steam train (No 2511) (11.19); "The Flying Scotsman" pulling out of Waverley station (11.27); Edinburgh's Princes Street (11.31); Trams in Princes Street (11.39); St Alban's Church in Edinburgh (11.47); St Giles cathedral (11.54); Home of John Knox, priest and reformer (12.10); Shots of Edinburgh Zoo (12.12) General views of the Palace of Holyroodhouse (13.15); Edinburgh castle (13.50); View of Mons Meg cannon (14.10); Panoramic view of Edinburgh (14.14); One o'clock gun salute (15.08); General shots of Prestwick airport (15.12); The End (15.33).