The others vary a great deal although none have had no merit and warrant going in a bin or in a 'mixed' content unknown type of disposal. If they are that bad that you don't want to admit it best caste them into land fill. There are many from very ell off people as befits owners of 16mm family cameras in the 1950-60s. Some of the film goes back much further than this with the London Market educational film a real gem and the LMS trip to London a brittle difficult to handle but priceless piece of history. Really its often the bits that are at the beginning which vanish as the film gets chewed up sometimes trying to wind through the complicated structure of 16mm projectors which make 8mm look like push along toys.
I did pop out to Waitrose at Northwich the Polio Fellowship bin isn't doing that well with the tokens my little one piece of plastic floated down to join its meagre brother and sister tokens. The sexy cancer etc charities do get a lions share without effort. Speaking of which it's Sue Senior's funeral service on Monday at Glossop central Methodist church, I'll fly the flag for PMP as Mandy is still in Ireland. I'm just heating up the wherewithal for my dinner, needless to say Waitrose have supplied a decent dessert not to mention sweets and biscuits.
I've just been out to the garage to have a go on the static bike, the knee loosens up well and takes the resistance fine as it builds but it soon swells up after I get off. I forgot to get the ice which is what I really went to get but using the icemaker in our freezer. The films I'm copying will go through the computer and then be filed on my main database awaiting matching material or projects which require their use. The originals can go back on EBay. The forecast for Tuesday looks ok so will either do Staffordshire or York. Here are some recent clips I put on our Youtube channel.