Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway




A short film made by my father, Peter Rubery, in the 1960s, following a journey on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. The scripts were written by Peter Rubery and Clive Atkins, and the voiceover was by John De Coverley, who was a Floor Manager at Aston studios in Birmingham.

With thanks to the Atkins family for copying the original cine film to DVD (and for starring in the film, along with my mother!) and thanks to the Digital Press team at the University of Warwick (particularly Dickkie Watson) for transferring the DVD into MP4 and cleaning up the sound.

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