BSA: 1953 Rushes, Reel 3.04

Back to the Eli Simpson film rushes page:   In 1953 The British Speleological Association initiated a project under the leadership of Eli Simpson to make a 16┬ámm film about limestone caves in the Yorkshire Dales called "Birth of a Yorkshire River". They had a number of sessions filming both on the surface and underground, experimenting with both monochrome and Kodachrome film. The project was eventually abandoned, but the rushes were discovered in the Eli Simpson Archive held by the BCRA. The first half of the film show various views and people in Ingleborough Cave, and the second half shows the glamorous blonde looking at what is probably the Weathercote Cave waterfall.