Duke Visits Ceramic Research Laboratories.… 1950

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    Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. 1951?

    (Reel 1 files in 2411.B.) MS. Operator looking into Electron microscope ( 2 shots) CU. Into microscope to show specimens CU. Specimens in natural size and under microscope MS. Sign 'Electron Microscopy ' CU. electrostatic machine in operation. LS. Electrostatic machine being switched on by operator. MS. Research workers with microscopes. LS. GV. Duke of Edinburgh with the Mayor at Stoke-on-Trent railway station. (Cloudy) LS. GV. The Duke inspecting naval guard of Honour. LS. Royal car leaving station. MS. CU. Duke looking into various types of microscopes. MS. Chemist working in laboratory. LS. Train arriving at Stoke-on-Trent station. MS. Duke alighting from train. MS. Duke shaking hands with officials. MS. Duke inspecting Sea Cadet Guard of Honour MS. Small crowd. MS. Royal car leaving station. GV. The British Ceramic Research Building. GV. Main entrance to the building. CU. Hand turning key in lock. LS. Royal car arriving at research building. MS. Duke chatting with officials. LS. Duke receives the key, and open door and enters building MS. Duke inspecting various lab. benches in the laboratories. (Mute. Lav.)

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    Media URN:
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    2581.14
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    00:04:39:00
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    01:34:54:00 / 01:39:33:00
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