Giant New All Metal Flying Boat 1928

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    Item title reads - Giant new all-metal flying boat first ever built on the Clyde, best compromise yet between Naval architect and aeronautical constructor, successfully tried out. Roseneath. Scotland.

    L/S of the big metal flying boat on the river, various shots showing propellors and structure. M/S of three men sitting on the flying boat. M/S as it taxis around. M/S of it taking off and flying through the air then landing on the river again. M/S of more people climbing on it from a boat.

    Various shots of the flying boat on the sea and in the air. M/S of the men piloting it.

    Note: the cuts run from 01:26:03 to the end of the item.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:24:30:00 / 01:29:56:00
    G 1560
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    G 1560
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