Street shots included here are Granville Street, with a glimpse of the old CPR station, West Hastings Street, Carrall Street,
Has Soho completely changed since 1956? Take a colourful tour to find out.
This film is a winner, it being one of the most laughable of mysterious picture ever made.
H/T Nemo Ng
Before Tinder, these men sat down with an archaic Betamax and a very colorful background, and delivered an awkward speech abo
If you were around for America's bicentennial in 1976, then you’ve probably heard Ray Charles singing this version before. An
If you look at the map of London crafted by a careful cartographer, that map will have a one-square mile hole near the middle
In 1938, Civil War veterans gathered together for the Battle of Gettysburg's 75th anniversary. The gathering included approxi
Below are photos of one of the largest known carnivorous marsupials in modern times, the Thylacine, more commonly referred to
The story behind the bombers, their training, and first photos of the killer weapons above the Pacific Ocean...
We've always been amazed at the trust displayed by couples who shoot apples off each other's heads or throw knives at each ot
WW2 films take on a lot of different styles, forms and tones. You'll see authentic WWII recreations, personal stories about t
These films, taken between 1900 and 1901, display some of the grittier nature of work in those days. The footages have surviv
This week, the federally funded Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in California released 62 newly declassified an
Jess Willard, the reigning heavyweight champion who stood 6'6" and 225 pounds when he fought Jack Dempsey in 1919. His mighty
There are several things that we currently do, but won't be able to carry out in the near future. It has always been that way
A Ford dealer from Topeka, Kansas named Ralph “Pappy” Hankinson, was finding out a way to sell more cars and he came up with
This first-hand footage from the British Pathe archive reveals the famous Hiddenburgh crash, where 13 out of 36 passengers di
This is the only known footage of the famous author Mark Twain. Thomas Edison filmed this in 1909, showing Twain walking arou
In Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West; Johnny Baker, otherwise known as the Cowboy Kid, exhibited his one of a kind skill with a r
In the 18th century, John Joseph Merlin designed an automaton called the Silver Swan.
A clockwork-driven material, this life-