Aintree Sunday 1932

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Full title missing. Issue book reads: "Aintree Sunday - All day long, in endless procession, thousands come from all parts to see the famous jumpers."

Aintree Racecourse, Lancashire.

Crowds of people walking alongside racecourse. The crowd includes school boys, people with bicycles,...

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
4859
Sort Number:
32/022
Time in/Out:
01:48:07:00 / 01:48:46:00
Canister:
32/22
Film ID:
665.43
Issue Date:
17/03/1932

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