Time To Remember - A New Era 1931 - Reel… 1931

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    Reel 3.

    01:13:52 Title reads: "Time To Remember - Part Two - A New Era".

    01:14:02 Parade of 'Knights of Panto' - Students on rag event in Liverpool. Lots of throwing of dust and flour. MS of boys staring steam locomotive. CU tow boys in carriage. CU wheels on engine turning. MS radio operator on train. Shots of air liner flying over head. Shots of businessman and secretary using wax cylinder recording device to dictate letters while on train. She then types up letter.

    01:15:39 Automated railway marshalling yard. Points shift as man used system of levers and cogs to make it work. VS of cogs and levers moving points on track. Empty wagons being moved around on their own.

    01:16:18 Group of boys standing with RAF (Royal Air Force) office next to aeroplane. Boys look over plane.

    01:16:35 LS of R101 airship. MS of crew of dirigible on ground. Shots of the burnt remains of the R-101 on the ground in Beauvais, France after fire and disaster. Air Chief Marshal Sir John Salmond and other British officials walk around the wreckage. Parade for funeral of dead at Cardington, Bedfordshire. Burial in mass grave.

    01:17:53 VS of British Imperial Airways Handley Page 'Hannibal' biplane airliner at Radlett airfield, Hertfordshire. LS of airliner flying over the wreckage of the R 101.

    Continued on next reel.

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