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I tried the Huntley Archive to see if they had any further information about the film. All it mentions is that quote: the Amanda was made by Vincents-more famous for their motorcycles and suggested the venue was Cumbria. That's a long way from Stevenage so Bill is probably right.Hello Diogenes, I think it was Ruislip Lido, West London, I nearly drowned at the end of that pier !! Cheers Bill.
Definitely Ruislip Lido. There is a doubledecker London Transport RT Bus parked outside. It was the terminus of the route. I travelled on it many times as a child though I forget the Number. Lido was a bit of a misnomer although you could in fact swim in it in those days. It even had a beach. It still has. It was more of an all purpose pleasure lake with a steam narrow gauge railway running around the edge, which is still operative. Originally it was created as a feeder reservoir for the Grand Union Canal.Hello Diogenes, I think it was Ruislip Lido, West London, I nearly drowned at the end of that pier !! Cheers Bill.