Severn Bridge Model 1954

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    Model of the Severn Bridge, Teddington in Middlesex.

    L/S Bridge about to break in two. A car can be seen swaying on the bridge. (Tocoma in the United States of America) L/S Swaying bridge. L/S Bridge breaking up and falling into river. (Teddington) L/S Model bridge. A man is swaying the bridge with his hand. C/U The model bridge swaying. L/S The man swaying model bridge. M/S and C/U Bridge swaying. M/S Two men holding part of model bridge. They appear to be discussing design. L/S and M/S Sectional model being tested by two men. C/U Gadget measuring swaying and strain of bridge. M/S and L/S The two men swaying bridge. C/U Underneath of model bridge as it is being swayed.

    C/U The Albert Bridge (London) showing suspension in operation as traffic passes over bridge. L/S Traffic passing over suspension bridge. C/U Showing vibration of bridge as traffic passes over it. L/S Bridge. C/U Sign reading "Officers in command of troops are requested to break step when passing over this bridge". L/S Albert Bridge. (Bristol) M/S The Clifton Suspension Bridge showing workmen on bridge. Shot from bridge of roadway below showing height of bridge. L/S of the bridge.

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    Cataloguer:
    Howard
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    44029
    Sort Number:
    NP 506
    Time in/Out:
    01:33:50:00 / 01:35:36:00
    Canister:
    NP 506
    Film ID:
    1333.17
    Issue Date:
    24/05/1954
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