Liverpool - First Radar Harbour 1940

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    Radar Harbour, Liverpool, England.

    L.S. Aerial view of Liverpool dockside (2 shots) L.S. Aerial view with wing of 'plane with ship seen through struts of it L.S. Ship. L.S. Liverpool docks ( 2 shots) L.S. Liverpool docks seen through struts of wing of 'plane. L.S. Ship going into docks. L.S. Dockside see through struts of wing of 'plane. Ship below. M.S. Radar station with scanner revolving on top of tower (2 shots) S.C.U. Top of Radar station tower with scanner revolving. C.U. Interior of Radar station with operator, operating console screen. C.U. Back view of man marking position on chart C.U. Back view of man marking position on chart. C.U. Marconi receiver. C.U. Man at wheel of ship on bridge pan to pilot and Captain. C.U. Radar scanning screen. C.U. Pilot and Captain on bridge of ship. C.U. Captain gives orders down voice pipe. C.U. Pilot and Captain. (Cuts.48/64.)

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    Cataloguer:
    Agnew
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    67220
    Sort Number:
    UN 1979 F
    Time in/Out:
    01:13:06:00 / 01:15:22:00
    Canister:
    UN 1979 F
    Film ID:
    2461.06
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