The Lighthouse 1933

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"No stormy waves beat upon its base, for this is an air beacon built on top of Mont Afrique, near Dijon, Central France..." L/S of the strange looking lighthouse. A man walks around the side of a platform half way up the lighthouse.

"Two thousand feet above sea level, it stands, a guide to...

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Cataloguer:
Jenny
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
17652
Sort Number:
EP 265
Time in/Out:
01:00:06:00 / 01:02:25:00
Canister:
EP 265
Film ID:
980.01
Issue Date:
20/07/1933

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