Unique themed video footage, in any world language, for visitor attractions, museums and libraries on the heritage of Scotland. This can transform static displays with authentic, relevant digitised Scottish culture on film.
Welcome To Carney Heritage Productions
"Far Oor Local History And Scots Language Comes The Gither!"
ABOUT THIS UNIQUE SCOTTISH FILM ARCHIVE
This web-site presents a digital film archive of footage which captures the cultural identity of the "ordinary" man and woman's account of his/her life and work from the 1890s to the 1960s.
The clips and our 6 DVDs titles, allow you to connect with, and walk in the footsteps of your Scottish ancestors.
This unique heritage archive has received the highest academic and educational endorsements.
We invite you to browse the brief excerpts from the collection or purchase from our on-line shop but we would be really keen to have a conversation in relation to how we can make this collection more meaningful to you, whether at a personal, educational or business level.
The Fairmer’s WifeThe Fairmers wife played a leading role in the famila n on the fairm. She hid t dee aa the cookin on the open peat fire, far she bilied aa the water t dee the wikly wash. It wis her that hid t feed the hens n milked the coos twice a day.
The Clydesdale HorseThe horsemin n his Clydesdales wid wark on aa Scottish fairms up t the introduction o the tractor fae the early 1900s. This skilled man n his pair hid a strong workin bond, he kint them and they kint him. The first horsemin aboot a placie wis quite a chiel on the fairm n roon aboot his locil area.
Steam PowerDrift back t Victorian Scotland far the power source that drove Scottish industrialisation wis that o steam. Engines like s een wis owned bee the showmen faa travilled Scotland bringing the fun n fascination o the fair t your forefathers.
Schoolin’Aa rural communities hid their ain school far the country loons n quines sat at desks like s using a bit o slate t write on wee a slate pencil caed a skillie. Education wis delivered b a strict Missie faa ruled the pupils wee fear. That system o education canna be criticised over muckle since monny pupils, oor ancestirs, wint on t lead Scotland t extra-ordinary heichts.