Bank holiday Monday, 25th May, the Markfield Beam engine will be steaming for three sessions. don’t miss it if you’ve never seen this very special event.
12:30pm to 1:15pm
2:00pm to 2:45pm
3:30 to pm to 4.15pm
The KinoVan will be on hand showcasing vintage home video clips and the best of our local film history. Sourced from amateur and professional films, the curated film programmes showcase London’s vibrant past through a mix of newsreels, films by local societies and home movies, captured on everything from Super-8 to VHS. The Kino van is part of FilmLondon’s “London: A Bigger Picture”
We’re bringing the best of your local film history to the streets with the KinoVan, a mobile cinema that’s taking London’s 15 outer boroughs by storm!
The Markfield Beam Engine and Museum is located within the boundary of the Lee Valley Regional Park and it offers visitors a glimpse into the area’s rich past. A true masterpiece of Victorian engineering, the Markfield Beam Engine was originally commissioned in 1888 and remained operational until 1964. The location now serves as a musuem and the engine usually functions as a static exhibit but on special ‘steam days’, visitors can witness the the engine in action.
The event on 25 May offers just such an opportunity and Film London’s very own KinoVan will be on hand from 11am-5pm showcasing vintage home video clips.
Markfield Beam Engine and Museum, Markfield Road, South Tottenham, London N15 4RB