Miners School Issue Title - Black And Blue 1939

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Various shots of boys in classroom learning about coal, in a mining school in Fifeshire, Scotland. They learn how to dig for it and also first-aid. Various good shots of all the pit-head activity at a mine, showing winch, coal coming up and also coal being sorted. Several good shots of miners at work...

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Cataloguer:
Howard
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
42785
Sort Number:
NSP 194
Time in/Out:
01:36:55:00 / 01:38:58:00
Canister:
NSP 194
Film ID:
1282.21
Issue Date:
21/12/1939

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Cinemagazines
Categories
Lifestyle & Culture Trade & Industry
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coal mining

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