Henley Highlights Regatta Season 1949

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    Full title reads: "Henley Highlights Regatta Season."

    Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.

    GV river at Henley. People rowing. MV Two women walking towards camera. SV Pan two well-dressed women. CU Two college men looking at programme.

    SV Eton College crew getting into boat. CU Eton rower in boat.

    SV Two women watching from river bank.

    SV Eton boat moving out to start.

    CU Man with cap.

    LV Heat 3 of Diamond Sculls being rowed. SV Pan Diamond Sculler past.

    CU College boy with cap and glasses.

    SV Pan heat 17 of the Wyfold Challenge Cup being rowed. CU Rowing fan brings binoculars up to eyes.

    LV Queens College, University of Cambridge "B" crew, heat 17, winning Wyfold Cup.

    CU Elderly man with cap.

    SV Starter in launch lowers flag. LV Start of Grand Challenge Cup, heat 3. Pan as boats race down river. CU Two old rowing fans. GV Towards and pan to finish of Challenge Cup, heat 3. Trinity College, Oxford University wins.

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    01:12:51:00 / 01:14:12:00
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