Beacon Lights Aka Beacons Installed On Empire… 1956

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New York, United States of America (USA).

Air view, Skyline of New York with Empire State Building. SV. Part of beacon light being brought up while workmen holding it to steady it. In the background can be seen the rooftops of New York. GV. Night, Empire State Building. LV. In street, pan up...

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Cataloguer:
Bond
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
31835
Sort Number:
56/036
Time in/Out:
01:47:01:00 / 01:47:35:00
Canister:
56/36
Film ID:
581.28
Issue Date:
03/05/1956

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