Around Snowdonia - The Mountainous District of North Wales
(Series: Our Island)

Still from 'Around Snowdonia'
'Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales, is surrounded by mountain ranges and deep valleys stretching to the sea. "Around Snowdonia" shows the rugged grandeur of the district, and its many places of interest: Conway Castle, once the stronghold of kings; Llandudno, a seaside resort with a pier, promenade and glorious stretches of sand; the Menai Bridge, spanning the Menai Straits and linking Anglesea with the mainland; the Swallow Falls and Llyn-gwynant, the most beautiful lake in Wales; the Dinorwic Slate Quarries, where work has gone on for five hundred years.
The grandeur of Snowdon, its precipitous rock-faces and narrow ridges, impress all who see it. Nor need they climb, unless they want to; a train takes visitors to the summit, and to the unforgettableview to be enjoyed there.' [1]

Date: 1933
Duration: 10:15

Director: Duncan Robbins
Production Company: Alba/TIDA
Producer: -
Cinematographer: D.P. Coopr
Composer: Alfred Filer
Narration: Harry J. Clifford
Editor: Duncan Robbins
Sound Recording: -
Traditional Air Sung by: Thorpe Bates

Length: 35mm: 970ft. 16mm:388ft.

Distributors: L.M.B., Denmark House, Denmark Street, W.C.2.
Recorded at Imperial Sound Studios.


Not to be confused with Snowdonia (1945).

The title credits for this film name is as part of a series entitled Our Island.
  1. ^ Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1939