Opening Of Ratcliffe Aerodrome By Sir Sefton… 1930

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  • The opening of the aerodrome took place on 6 September 1930.

    Note that the clip is just a constant pink screen, no sound or pictures!

    jamied 15th May 2012
  • Hhmm. We'll see if we can fix that. Sorry!

    British Pathé 22nd Jun 2012

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