Old films of the city

Old films of the city - February 14, 2002
2Bangkok.com is trying to track down some old footage of the trams. Wisarut reports: I have been to the National Archives and found that all film, TV reels, and videotape has been transferred to the new facility at Salaya. Nevertheless, they have a list of the films. The oldest one is King Chulalongkorn visiting Stockholm in 1897.
Trams are definitely in the following films:
1) V2 00079/2 - Tramways
2) V2 00079/5 - Tramways
The tramways might also be in the following films:
3) V2 00079/4 - Bangkok Flood in October 1942
4) V2 00087 - WWI, WWII, Korean War
5) V2 00092/1 - King Anadhamahidol Visiting Bangkok in 1938
6) V2 00092/4 - King Anadhamahidol Visiting Bangkok in 1938
7) V2 00125N - Bangkok in the Past
8) V2 00129/1 - 150-Year Anniversary of Bangkok in 1932
9) V2 00139/2 - Life before 1932
10) V2 00150N/2 - Thailand during the reign of King Chulalongkorn
11) V2 00196/3 - Land Transportation (Thai Heritage Series)
12) V2 00199/2 - Thailand during the time of "The Leader" (Field Marshall Plaek Phiboonsonggram)
13) V4 00228/2 - Chotmaihet Krungsri (a daily documentary from TV 7 - recorded in VCR PAL format)
14) V2 00303/2 - Land Transportation
15) V2 00345/8 - Thailand in 1951
16) V2 00376 - Life before 1932
17) V2 00461/3 - 150-Year Anniversary of Bangkok in 1932 (7 minutes)
18) V2 00723 - Bangkok Flood in October 1942
Their new address is:
National Film Archives
93, Moo 3, Phutthamonthon Sai 5 Road
Phutthamonthon, District, Nakhonpathom, 73170
Tel: 0-2441-0263
BMTA bus 123 (Sanamluang - Suan Samphran)
(Where else but 2bangkok.com could you find info like this?)
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