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Pioneers of Film

Responding to a house fire in Parramatta in the mid-1990s, a fireman discovered a pile of old films in the garage.

It is not known who owned or made them, but fortunately he recognised their historical significance and ultimately, the films found their way to Graeme Belbin for preservation and mastering.

16mm film, particularly colour from the 1940s and 50s, is exceedingly rare and, with all Australian states covered, this 'work in progress' promises to be of great historical significance with many spectacular subjects never before seen on DVD.

All the
images on this page are stills from our next DVD title now in production.
From time-to-time, we'll post more stills from footage that will be included in the released title.

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Standard Goods Engine double-heading with a 57-Class on a Goods climbing out of Lithgow, with another Standard Goods banking in the rear.
Three-month-old 3810 returning through Hawkesbury River with the special train conveying dignitaries from the official opening of the new Hawkesbury River Bridge. 1 July 1946.