Nymph Plane 1969

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    Nymph plane. Isle of Wight.

    GV Pan a Nymph kit plane flying low past camera. GV Nymph plane coming out of hangar. SV Pan ditto. CU Name, 'Nymph', on side of plane. CU Showing propeller. Tilt up to show front of plane and cockpit. SV Showing the interior of the plane through window. GV The 'Nymph'. LV Interior factory where Norman Britten, "Islanders", are assembled. SV Man working on plane. GV Man working on 'Nymph'. Top shot Man working on parts on Nymph, (kit form). SV The kit. LV exterior crowds standing round the 'Nymph'. SV Pilot, Jim Beinie, strapping himself in the Nymph. SV The pilot and co-pilot in cockpit. SV Man closing door of the 'Nymph'. SCU The two pilots in cockpit. CU Propellor revolving. LV The 'Nymph' takes off. GV Air to Air shot of 'Nymph' in flight. LVs with the cliffs of isle of Wight in background.

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    Cataloguer:
    Howard
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    57272
    Sort Number:
    69/043
    Time in/Out:
    01:18:24:00 / 01:19:49:00
    Canister:
    69/43
    Film ID:
    2205.08
    Issue Date:
    25/08/1969
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    Isle of Wight
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  • Aircraft featured here is a Britten-Norman BN-3 Nymph, Registration Number G-AXFB.

    jamied 17th Feb 2012
  • "Interior factory" - that's the Britten-Norman factory Bembridge on the Isle of Wight.

    jamied 23rd Jun 2012

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