Queen And Duke Visit Port Of London Authority,… 1959

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    Port of London.

    MS Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh boarding ship "St. Katherine". Various shots of ship. Various shots of Queen and Prince Philip on ship. Various shots of lines of berthed ships as Queen sees first Royal Albert Dock and then King George V Dock.

    Various shots of Queen and Duke walking in Royal Albert Dock looking at meat being unloaded. Various CU's dockers. Various GV's ships etc.

    GV Port of London (PLA) Building. Arrival of royal car at PLA building, Queen is met by the Chairman. LS Queen inspecting PLA Police force. LS Duke inspecting PLA Police force. VS PLA Police force. Various shots in warehouse 6 - Queen sees mechanised bottling of French Vermouth.

    Various shots of "St. Katherine" passing the "Gothic" - ship used in previous Royal Tour. Various shots of "St. Katherine" entering King George V Dock. MS Queen and Duke waving as St. Katherine steams away to take Royal party to Westminster. Two LS's St. Katherine.

    (Mute Orig. Neg.) Old record suggests material dates from around 12/05/1959.

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    British Pathé
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    01:50:06:00 / 01:57:05:00
    UN 3217 C
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    UN 3217 C
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