Festival Of Britain Amusement Park At Battersea… 1951

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    Battersea, London, England

    FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN AMUSEMENT PARK AT BATTERSEA.

    LS. Structure of giant scenic railway taking shape. MS. Workmen sweeping water away from site. LS. Soggy ground pan up to men at work showing scenic railway in background. GV. Building GV. Building under under construction. MS. Workmen working on foundations. (4 shots). MS. Carpenters at work. LS. G.V. site. MS. Various shots of scenic railway / rollercoaster under construction. (5 shots). LS. G.V.s Various shots of scenic railway under construction. (2 shots). MS. SCU. Workmen at work on scenic railway. (5 shots). LS. G.V. site. LS. Elevated scenic railway. LS. Over scenic railway of Battersea power station. LS. Other buildings being erected pan to scenic railway. MS. Workman at work. MS. Scenic railway. MS. Men at work on scenic railway.

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    Virginia
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    Black & White
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    Media URN:
    68407
    Sort Number:
    UN 2330 D
    Time in/Out:
    01:12:16:00 / 01:14:20:00
    Canister:
    UN 2330 D
    Film ID:
    2543.07
    Issue Date:
    1951
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