Ireland Faces Large Dock Strike 1963

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    Belfast, Northern Ireland (Ulster).

    MS. Name on side of ship "Ulster Monarch". MS. Three workmen walking up gangplank onto ship. LS. Dockyard steam crane moving along wharf. MS. A man hammering on side of ship and another worker scraping. GV. Near completed ship on the docks. Various shots of laid off dock workers queuing up for dole money. MS. Dock workers receiving pay through small window. CU. Hands counting pound notes in wage packet. Various shots of dockers strolling about dock in their normal clothes and not their dockers rig out.


    Date found in the old record - 29/11/1963.

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    British Pathé
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    01:52:01:00 / 01:54:48:00
    UN 3834 E
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    UN 3834 E
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    Ireland's Industrial Heritage British docks Titanic Steph
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