One Job Jetty 1958

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    Full title reads: "Morocco - One Job Jetty".

    Moroccan Coast.

    LV French freighter ship stranded on rock.

    LV Waves breaking against side of freighter as it lies stranded.

    SV Waves breaking inside holds.

    LV Precious cargo which has to be taken off.

    GV Jetty which being built out to the freighter.

    LV Two lorries loaded with huge rocks alongside freighter.

    CU Lorries backing towards end of jetty to tip a load.

    SV Huge boulders rolling off lorry and crashing into the sea.

    LV Bulldozer pushing boulders and levelling ground.

    LV Cargo being unloaded from freighter.

    GV Jetty now near completion alongside the freighter.

    (F.G.) (Orig. 'B')

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    Cataloguer:
    Mark
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    49238
    Sort Number:
    58/007
    Time in/Out:
    01:15:54:00 / 01:16:45:00
    Canister:
    58/7
    Film ID:
    1517.13
    Issue Date:
    23/01/1958
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    Religion & Politics
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    Morocco 1930s - 1940s
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