Moving Mechanical Mooring Mast 1930

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    Full title reads: "Lakehurst. Moving Mechanical Mooring Mast enables giant "Graf Zeppelin" to be berthed in the hangar more quickly and with smaller landing crew."

    Lakehurst, United State of America.

    The Graf Zeppelin airship moves slowly towards the mooring mast.

    CU top of mooring mast as airship is moored.

    Shots of the Graf Zeppelin being moved backwards by the moving mooring mast.

    Shots from underneath the airship showing the tractor tracks on the mast as it moves towards the hanger.

    More shots of the airship on the move.

    The Zeppelin slowly moves into its hanger.

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    Construction name of Graf Zeppelin - L.Z. 130.

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    01:33:00:00 / 01:34:15:00
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