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Midland Country, Short Movie, 1974 IMDB

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dsl SX

2018-03-23 04:00

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Gentle 20-min trundle around central Englandshire. Taken from
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British Transport Films Volume 6: The Art of Travel 2-DVD set. Can't find a copy online, but it's not very exciting.

Rejects - lots of FX4 taxis
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Crich tram museum (including one from Partick, Glasgow - maybe it used to run past my flat??)
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Some owls
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Glider for impdb - apparently a club in Shropshire
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dsl SX

2018-03-23 04:32

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PS - while trying to find an online copy of Midland Country I stumbled on 1947 film Midland Journey mainly about Birmingham, with some interesting footage - Wolseley and BSA bike factories, shedloads of buses etc. Would try to post it but it's too protected to download or take captures from. But if anyone else can get past the barriers, go for it.

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-03-23 08:57

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What a pity, would be a change from the constant repetition of London footage. Despite my nom-de-plume, I have to admit to having entered the world via a nursing home in Edgbaston, and to spending the first two years of my existence in Quinton. I also worked at 65 New Street in the 1960s, that part of the city was still almost as seen in this film.

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Sunbar UK

2018-03-23 19:58

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In addition to BFI's own website its available as "Midland Journey (1947) BFI National Archive" on youtube which normally can be downloaded.

Its of no specific interest to me (except the Wolseley factory) and too many film projects that I have captures for but failed to start to upload; so anyone could take it on.

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dsl SX

2018-03-24 02:55

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^ Well found - it escaped my search. Now posted.

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