The archive is a collection of rare and exclusive film reels dating back to the 19th Century when the technology to film motion pictures first came about.
The founder, John Huntley, began to collect films when he heard that such precious pieces of social history were simply being junked.
Gathering his collection from people's lofts and attics, Mr Huntley was unaware that his films would one day become a vital source for historians and one of the most important records of social history in Europe.
The Huntley Film Archive is now moving from its London location to set up a new base in the small village of Ewyas Harold, in Herefordshire.
This is due to the need for a new, larger property because of the already extensive collection, and continuing growth of the archive.
With around 18 - 20 000 hours of film currently available, these home videos contain examples such as a train pulling out of Hereford station, which was filmed by a train enthusiast in 1895.
The collection also features rarely seen home videos of Sir Edward Elgar, donated to the Huntley Film Archive by a junk shop owner in London.
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