The Lincolnshire Film Archive has
launched a major new series of DVDs
showing life and work in the historic
county throughout the 20th century.
Town and country, work and play, wealth
and poverty, peace and war, youth and
age. You’ll find them all here,
preserved on motion picture film.
Reel 4, ‘The Way Ahead’, is the latest
in this exciting series and covers the
early 1950s. With the ending of wartime
restrictions, film once again became
available to the enthusiastic
cinematographer. In this DVD we see
film of the bad winter of 1946-7, the
first post-war Royal Show, the Festival
of Britain, the Humber ferry, the
coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, and
the 1953 east coast floods. Plus much
more fascinating motion picture film.
- Running Time 72 mins approx
- PAL DVD