Extra ! St Katherine's Dock 1969

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    Extra ! St Katherine's dock. London.

    C/U artists impression of new buildings of the St. Katherine's dock. L/S of the site, Tower Bridge on the left. L/S on top of the bridge showing traffic camera pans round to the site which is being developed. L/S along River Thames. Pan to new site. L/S showing and buildings already knocked down. M/S of bulldozer tipping rubble into lorry. C/U model of Tower Bridge. The camera zooms back over model to show whole of new site with building and docks. C/U small boats and buildings on model. L/S an old building, partly demolished on the site. More derelict buildings on the site. C/U buildings on the model, theatre and cinema, zooms out to show the whole development.

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    01:34:25:00 / 01:35:46:00
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