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...



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01:52:01:00 / 01:54:48:00
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