Timber For Houses 1950-1959

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British Instructional Films presents Timber for Houses.

Men standing on a frame working on roof, not yet tiled. Large log lifted by mechanical device over rows of piled up logs. Mechanical saw cuts through log. Log sliced by mechanical device. Title reads 'The...



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01:26:18:00 / 01:35:00:00
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1950 - 1959

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Timber Framed Houses

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