QE2 Into Dry Dock 1968

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    No title - Liner 'Queen Elizabeth II' in dry dock. Greenock, Scotland.

    Various shots of liner 'Queen Elizabeth II' sailing up Clyde. M/S Captain William E. Warwick and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. L/S of river from ship. M/S Prince Charles with Warwick and Sir Basil Smallpiece. L/S crowds on bank. Pan with 'Queen Elizabeth II' as it nears its new dock. M/S superstructure of the ship. L/S as the liner nears Greenock Dock. Top shot showing bows swinging round, camera pans to its new berth. Big L/S 'Queen Elizabeth II' outside the dock. C/U bridge. M/S bows near entrance of new dock showing tugs pushing. M/S bows. M/S 'Queen Elizabeth II' as it swings near dock entrance. C/U Captain Warwick. Top shot showing bows swinging round into the new dock. C/U people watching from dockside.

    M/S showing the liner going into new dock. C/U Captain Warwick and pilot Peter Thompson on bridge. Top shot showing the bows going into the new berth. C/U engineer at controls. M/S bows and rope. M/S bows in the water. Rope is carried towards camera and hooked over bollard. M/S showing bows sticking out of water. C/U bows in the water at the water line. C/U looking head on towards bows. M/S reflection in water, pan up to show the ship. C/U of its side. C/U bows, pan down to show ship now in dry dock. C/U keel resting on large blocks. Various shots showing men working underneath and on side of the ship. M/S showing men working under hull. M/S looking up towards the bows of the ship in dry dock. L/S ship in dock.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    24/11/1968
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    56993
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2083.28
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:02:01:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:52:54:00 / 01:54:55:00
    Canister:
    68/95
    Sort Number:
    68/095
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