Bygone Northumberland - Any Man's Kingdom 1953

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    Northumberland in 1953. A delightful nostalgic colour film from the archives of the British Film Institute, a priceless record of rural life in Northumberland half a century ago. Filmed in Technicolor. Locations featured: Berwick, Bamburgh, Chillingham Castle, Lindisfarne (Holy Island), Farne Islands, Beadnell, Rothbury, Thropton, Alnwick, Dunstanburgh, Craster, Alnmouth, Floddon field, River Tweed, Cheviot Hills, Coquet Hills, Carter Bar, Kielder, Bellingham Fair, Border Counties Railway trip to Kielder, Winter's Gibbet, Roman Wall. The 30 minute DVD is available to buy from
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    Resource type: Video
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 7 years, 12 months ago
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