This Ice house was situated in the grounds of a grand house (Fernhill) that burnt to the ground in 1938. It now remains by a woodland footpath on the Isle Of Wight. A nice little reminder of what once was.
Semi pro , with “shoot the organist” incidental music. This is how the video uploader remembered robin hill adventure park as a kid in the 1970s/80s . but on a visit last year its all changed , the animals have gone and its all a bit corporate with the festivals etc.
check out the old WW2 lookout post at headon warren top right at 1:40 and the shell service sign next to the kings head pub at 2:03 plus what’s that to the right of the bugle inn at Yarmouth at 3:40? and the old dinky toys in the shop window at 4:20 , alum bay when you could collect the sand directly from the cliff face plus lots more
East Cowes on the Isle of Wight has a proud industrial heritage. August 22nd 2012 was the 60th anniversary of the first flight of the Saunders Roe Princess – the largest all metal flying boat ever constructed which was built in the town.
An old nostalgic documentry looking at British Railways and their rolling stock. This is part two of six in the series and looks at the Railways on the Isle of Wight, also feature the two Isle of Wight Steam Boats.
Rare home shot cine film from 1972 showing in great detail the now long gone original adventureland. This film shows the old military vehicles, slides, swings and cranes which are now history. Also includes footage of the then newly installed dinosaurs in their original & best paint job, the maze, gnomes, stocks & lots more.