Bath & West Agricultural Show - Shepton… 1965

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Shepton Mallet, Somerset.

MS Sir Thomas Macdonald High Commissioner of New Zealand opens the show and inaugurates the now permanent site. Various GVs of the showground with visitors walking, seated or riding on, the tractor drawn bus service. Var. poor shots of visitors watching horse judging....

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Cataloguer:
Agnew
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
87988
Sort Number:
UN 4033 D
Time in/Out:
01:55:48:00 / 02:02:09:00
Canister:
UN 4033 D
Film ID:
3118.27
Issue Date:
1965

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