Long Room's Long Trip 1964

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    This is a duplicate of item 1771.23 - check for best quality.

    Full title reads: "Lords. Long Room's Long Trip".

    Lords Cricket Ground, London. A replica of Lords' Long Room will be seen in Australia.

    GV Ext. the cricket pavilion at Lords. LV Pan int. of the Lords' Long Room as cricketers walk through and go out the entrance to play. Side view, crowds watching. GV Cricket game in progress between Derbyshire and Middlesex, pan down to a notice "Please do not move whilst the bowling is from this end".

    GV Int. the Long Room at Lords. CU A silk square showing the English cricket team in 1878. SV Portrait of John Wisden 1826-1884 by William Bromley. CU Pan down of same. CU A silk square showing The All-England 12, second expedition to Australia 1863-64. SV The portrait "The Cricketer Boy" 1790. CU of the portrait (note the long hair). SV A collection of cricket bats and balls. CU Cricket ball used in the Fourth Test at Melbourne, 1921. SV The Ashes. A pottery urn containing the ashes of a bail, and a velvet bag, the gift of Mrs JW Fletcher of Brisbane. CU Pan from 1883 to the pottery urn containing the Ashes. SV Portrait of WG Grace 1848-1915 holding cricket bat. CU W.G. Grace. GV Int. the Lord's Long Room.


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    01:05:27:00 / 01:06:47:00
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