Jock Guthrie wins the 1935 Ulster Grand Prix on the Clady Circuit setting a new course record on the famous track with it's memorable 7 mile straight.
The film shows Scottish road racer Jock Guthrie breaking the course record on the Clady Circuit, Co. Antrim. The 1935 Ulster Grand Prix took place on the track with the famous 7-mile straight.
Today, not much remains to suggest that Orangefield Park was once a hive of wartime activity. The US Army was based here and the land also held German POWs.
Bessbrook is a small village in Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland. It lies around three miles north-west of Newry on the main route between Belfast and Dublin.
Most people know about the Belfast Blitz. Many also know the Luftwaffe dropped bombs on Bangor in April '41 but this was not the town's first aerial attack.
Last updated on 17th January 2019
Robert Greer served with the Royal Marines during World War Two. He died off the coast of Belgium on 2nd November 1944 during the Battle of Walcheren.
William John McNabney served in the Royal Engineers, Ulster Division during World War One and died in January 1941 in a UVF Hospital, Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Private Alfred Collins served with 9th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment when he died in Belfast, Co. Antrim on Home Defence duties on 4th January 1943.
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