Partners In Prosperity (1980)
20 minutes - Colour

Marks an era of rail advancement in Scotland 1979/80, in both passenger and freight markets. For showing to opinion formers in local government, and potential customers.

A film, narrated by actor Iain Cuthbertson, setting out a plan for an integrated road and rail transport structure in Scotland, to make it a modern, efficient country while keeping it "a land fit for folk to live in".

Additional Notes by Robin Carmody

Writer: Ronald Dunkley
Director: Nick Nicholls
Photography: Graham Berry, Merlyn Davies
Editor: Richard Best
Producer: James Ritchie
Commentary: Iain Cuthbertson
In Charge of Production: John W. Shepherd

16mm & V.C.

Soundbytes (Real Player required):-
Introduction (260k)
Partnership (252k)
Say it with flowers (280k)
Hard economic facts of life (272k)
Reviving old railway (288k)
Result! (288k)

Actual screen shots reproduced by kind permission
of the British Film Institute.

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