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Scenes of Carlisle (1901)

A well dressed crowd emerges from an unknown building and engages with the camera.

Non-Fiction 1901 2 mins Silent


It's not possible to identify the building from which this crowd emerges but it's unlikely to be a factory, given their standard of dress. A couple of well-dressed women make a point of filing past the camera to give a cheerful wave. The film was probably commissioned by C. Algie, the Carlisle-based proprietor of Algie's Modern Circus, who worked with related Mitchell & Kenyon exhibitors.