"Sausage" For Oil Transport! 1958

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    Full title reads: "Southampton. 'Sausage' For Oil Transport!".

    Southampton, Hampshire.

    GV Oil barge being towed in Southampton water.

    SV Pan along the barge.

    CU Front of the barge coming towards the camera.

    GV Barge being towed and turning.

    CU People watching from ship.

    GV Man attaching a pipeline from ship to the barge.

    GV Barge being wrapped round a drum affair to squeeze the oil out of it.

    CU Men turning a handle to wrap the barge round the drum, pan to the drum.

    CU Drum, pan up to show the barge against the ship which is taking the oil.

    CU Ship's officer raising his cap in amazement.

    SV Man running along the barge with a broom in his hand.

    SV Pan along the barge to the man standing on the front of it with a broom.

    GV Barge being towed and man standing on it.

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    British Pathé
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    01:11:40:00 / 01:12:40:00
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