LAKE DISTRICT TOUR AND HENDON AIR DISPLAY

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Subjects:

  • Tourism and travel
  • Transport

Genres:

  • Amateur

People/organisations:

  • JAY, Ronald L.

Decade:

  • 1930s

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Title: LAKE DISTRICT TOUR AND HENDON AIR DISPLAY

Reference number: 3673

Date: 1930*

Director: filmed by Ronald L Jay

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 9.43 mins

Description: This is a family holiday film with shots of the hotel and lake they were staying in. The air display has the airship R101.

Shotlist: Gvs of lakeside (.21) two women in a boat (.54) visual of country house by the lake (1.08) family in the drive of the house with three cars (1.26) l/s of two women sitting in the garden (1.34) c/u of the women (1.39) small dog jumping and swimming in the lake (1.55) Man playing with three dogs (2.18) Two women playing with the dogs (2.54) Gvs of lake (3.04) pan across the house and grounds of the 'Prince of Wales Lake Hotel' (3.30) gvs of the family in the hotel and its grounds (3.46) family in a car driving along a country road (4.21) Castle Rigg Stone Circle (4.53) Family at Keswick railway station, steam train arriving and passengers leaving (5.22) family on top of a huge bolder formation Bowder Stone(?)(5.45) R101 airship (5.53) Air formation flying display (7.52) R101 airship (8.18) aeroplane display making coloured, red, white and blue (?) smoke patterns in the sky (9.05) 602 Squadron Avro 504N flying (?)(9.43)