Selected Originals - Rail Strike Threatens… 1955

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    Selected originals (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, cuts) for story "Rail Strike Threatens Industry" 55/45.

    SCU. Steaming engines. GV. Taken from top, looking down at engine yards. SCU. Engine with steam up. SCU. Two engines, side view. SCU. Engine. CU. Engine wheels - steam escaping. GV. Engine yard. SCU. Maintenance men looking at engine. CU. Sign plate on wall. SCU. Train, man walks along. SVU. Two engineers inspecting wheel. CU. Driver entering cabin of engine. CU. Engine's wheels, steam escaping.

    GV. Looking down the Mall. Travelling shot down Mall, looking at long line of parked cars. CU. Police notice "Parking Restricted in Cental London". GV. Street with cars parked along each side. CU. Parking sign. GV. Coaches parked in street. CU. Policeman directing traffic. GV. Mall. CU. AA patrol controlling traffic. SCU. Policeman and policewoman directing traffic.

    SCU. Army lorries being loaded with mail. GV Army lorries travelling along road (two shots).

    GV. Motor vehicles travelling along road. GV. From helicopter, traffic on bridge. (3 shots).

    SCU. Trade Union House. CU. Officials entering gates. CU. General Secretary of the union, Mr Baty, speaking into mike. CU. Mr Baty.

    (Mute Orig. Neg.)

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