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Title: BORDER CINE BOX
Reference number: 8258
Director: [filmed by Rev. John Jackson]
Running time: 10.27 mins
Description: An amateur compilation reel featuring footage in and around the Scottish Borders. Includes Kimmerghame House and gardens, Berwickshire, Foulden village, Sinclair's Hill, Hirsel Lake, Eyemouth harbour, and Nether Byres House and gardens.
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Welcome to you the audience at this showing gvs waves crashing on seashore (0.27) BORDER CINE BOX (0.52) shot of river (1.07) house and garden leading to riverside (1.35) two people rowing boat on river, gvs river in sun (1.53) yellow oil seed rape field (2.04) exts Kimmerghame House, Berwickshire gvs gardens (2.50) views over Berwick from Halidon Hill (?) (3.28) main street, Foulden village with some flowers adorning the cottages (3.37) c/u floral displays in village (3.46) exts houses and street, Sinclair's Hill in the Borders (4.03) horse grazing in field, bird feeding and drinking out of bird bath (4.32) lake, swan water scenics at Hirsel Lake (5.02) railway viaduct stone (5.25) exts house (5.37) Scott's view (?) gvs overlooking landscape and hills in the distance gvs scenics (6.21) Eyemouth harbour (6.27) exts Nether Byres House and gardens (near Ayton) note shot of older people tending gardens this was in use as retirement home for retired gardeners at the time? (7.38) ints house, grand staircase banisters and balcony on either side (7.52) exts house and walled garden, lovely flowers group of people walking around garden admiring the flowers (9.18) harbour at Eyemouth large boat comes in to harbour crowds of passengers 'Balmoral' it leaves from harbour (10.16) The End (10.29)
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