Tracking The Rms "Queen Mary" Reel 2 AKA… 1949

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    (REEL 2) Atlantic Ocean

    L.S. & M.S. Flying Boat in flight, taken from another plane. L.S. Float flying Boat cutting through water during a take off. L.S. Looking toward tail of flying boat taking off. Aerial view of Welsh countryside passing over Welsh coastline - out to sea. L.S.S.S. & C.U. Members of Air crews waiting in the mess room of flying boat, (meal consists of fried eggs and toast) M.S.C.U. Pilot at controls of flying boat. C.U. Propellors of flying boat spinning whilst in flight. Aerial views of the RMS 'Queen Mary' at sea in the Atlantic. M.S. Cameraman operating Eyemo Camera at a window of flying boat. M.S. Eyemo Camera on tripod pointing out of window of flying boat. Aerial view of flying boat flying low over the sea, Atlantic. Aerial view of flying boat flying over the RMS 'Queen Mary at sea, Atlantic. Aerial view of RMS 'queen Mary' at sea. Atlantic Aerial view of flying boat in flight. (plenty of clouds)

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