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I have put together a short trailer of clips of the 1930s cine films which I am currently working on and uploaded it to YouTube yesterday .... I thought some on here may be interested in seeing it. Trying to condense 40 minutes worth of footage down into just 3 minutes for YouTube wasn't easy, but I think it gives a fairly good feel of just how incredible this family's record of their holidays in 1932 and 1933 is.It was shot on 16mm film which has survived very well considering it is nearly 80 years old now - I have had to compress it a little to ease upload/download on there, but it still views very well in full screen. Turn the sound up on your computer as there is accompanying period music to help set the scene!

http://youtu.be/wsHZojF3l68



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Wonderful, those arches at Potter looked much higher back then!! Looking forward to the final product.

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Excellent.
It's not a lot different than it is today, is it?
(Apart from the amount of luggage.)

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Fantastic. I struggled to recognise some places - especially Horning Lower Street, but mostly am struck by how little has
changed. I wonder how often those learner sailies got tangled up in the windmills.:)

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Cracking film clip some places and buildings seem not to have changed. I see those things with the white tabl cloths were still getting in the way Playful Wink  Evil Grin

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Anyone notice The Ancient Mardler in there, in his shorts and school cap?

Jenny Morgan,
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Fascinating stuff Carol, Thanks so much for taking the trouble, we are not worthy of your generosity imho.


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Nice to see the Bure Court Hotel in its rightful place, so much has changed. You could not get into the bar if you were not wearing a tie.

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Superb Smile

You can see on the Countess the old style canopy before H Woods designed the pull up screen. (which is a nightmare to maintain)

Love seeing the Breydon Swing Bridge and Haddicoe Cut lift up bridge and yes the height under Potter does look better!

You ask elsewhere about the Countess of Light v Prince of Light.

When I checked in the logs at the Norfolk Records Centre.  The book states that Countess was built 1932 and had a bulk head number of 164139.  No mention of Prince and what is interesting is that where there were a few changes these are noted. For instance the log said Rippling Light destroyed fire Oulton 1943 and that another one had been sold.

There is no mention of a Prince of Light being built although my list I don't think is complete

I think the logs were entered in bulk not each year as the entries are consecutive but the date of build varies.

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Re Ranoe's mention of ties, my father had booked tables for 18 of us at the Waveney House Hotel at Beccles during the mid 1970's. We all turned up, by boat, minus ties and were asked to leave! Whipped back to the boat, grabbed a handful of sail ties, but no, an emphatic 'go', so we did, up to the Geldeston Wherry and had a wonderful time. Always felt that if I wasn't good enough without a tie then I wasn't good enough with, it was over thirty years before I ever went back to the Waveney House, which, by the way, is now a very fine establishment, and doesn't demand formal dress for folk off yachts.

Jenny Morgan,
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The Broads is NOT a National Park.

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