Film by John Purchese of a daytrip on the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway in 1955.
Film by John Purchese of his son playing with a clockwork toy train in his garden in Mount Road, Canterbury in the 1950s.
Film of the RHD railway at Dungeness shot by Frank Oliver who had started making amateur films as a 10 year old while living in Maidstone.
Filmed in the 1950s by William Furness who was a postman in Whitstable. This was shot on 9.5mm film.
The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway filmed in the 1960s by Peter Mills who started making films in 1951
The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway filmed in the early 1950s by Peter Mills who started making films in 1951
An early film of the RHD railway by Sydney Bligh who was a keen amateur filmmaker, and had been a friend of Count Zborowski.
The film was shot by Sidney Elsey in the late 1960s.
Canterbury West Station in the 1980s. Alan Stingemore was a keen amateur filmmaker who had a particular interest in railways and cinemas.