Film: 756

Places + Locations | 1920 | Silent | B/W

Synopsis:

This looks like just the beginning of a film about the small seaside town of Clevedon near Bristol in the South West, with a few shots of its notable features (the railway, the pier and so on), but unfortunately it is cut short.

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First title card reads: "Arrival at Clevedon." A small and 'quaint' steam engine train pulling a few carriages behind it pulls into a small station with several people milling around on the platform. Many passengers are now leaving the station, having disembarked from the train. Title: "Scenes on the pier." At the entrance a sign reads "Charge for dogs 6d", which people start to walk past to go through the gate. This is all we see however, since there is no more of the film.


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