Falkland Scenes 1969

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    Unissued / unused footage - dates and locations may be unknown / unclear.

    Falkland Scenes (Falkland Islands).

    M/S of two women looking quite windswept, standing in a farmyard or back garden. Shorn sheep being herded across grassy plains. by men on horses and a sheepdog. A lake or the sea is seen in the distance. The two women help herd the sheep into pens.

    People loading bundles of sheep fleeces into large crates. Fleeces being packed and compressed.

    Aerial view flying over coastline, showing houses and boats at the end of piers. View from inside cockpit with two men at the controls. Aerial view of rocky coastline as we fly overhead. Ruined (?) ship grounded off coastline. Seaplane comes in to land.

    Captain of ship seen on bridge. He waves to camera.

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    British Pathé
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    01:11:08:00 / 01:17:25:00
    UN 4507 D
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    UN 4507 D
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    The Falklands Falkland air
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