Introducing 'goliath' 1958

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    Full title reads: "Essex. Introducing 'Goliath'".

    Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex.

    GV Goliath crane with hawsers coming towards camera, carrying block of concrete weighing 200 tons.

    SV Horizontal structure of crane.

    SV Structure of crane & block of concrete on ground.

    CU Concrete attached to it.

    CU Man chalking on side of block '200'.

    CU Man pointing upwards.

    SV Showing whole structure of crane.

    GV Bradwell Nuclear (or Atomic) Power Station under construction.

    GV Crane. SV Dolly pulling crane. Wheels moving.

    GV Horizontal structure of crane.

    CU Two men looking up. CU Block of concrete.


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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:02:16:00 / 01:03:09:00
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    Science & Technology Trade & Industry
    Engneering Aircraft
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