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Published on Jun 1, 2011
This short, believed to be a commercial Standard 8mm film, features steam trains running through a snow covered Teesdale. A handwritten note on the film container describes this as the Barnard Castle to Bowes Railway. The film is believed to be from 1964 as there is a notice featured in the film relating to the Withdrawal of Rail Services dated 30 November 1964. No information can be found on Meteor Film Services who distributed the film. Please contact if you have information on the film maker or Meteor Films. Film provided by Hazel Flinn. ABP restore, preserve and archive images of Teesdale captured on film by amateur filmmakers on home movie or video. Such footage can often contains scenes of day-to-day life and activities that have changed during the intervening years. It may also contain images of buildings long since demolished and collectively form a visual historical record of the past which, if not properly preserved is in danger of being lost. (Originally Added: Aug 17, 2009; Views: 4,102)