Train Driver's Story 1946

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    Various shots of a locomotive. Various shots as driver walks along to train. C/U locomotive piston and wheels moving slowly. Various shots as driver walks up to locomotive and gets on. Various good shots engine driver oiling parts of the engine. Various shots as he puts lamp on front and rear of engine. M/S engine driver entering cab. M/S as he leans through the window, pan down to C/U of wheels moving.

    Cataloguer's note: this contains the same footage as story with same title in UN 1407 A.

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    Emma
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    Black & White
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    Media URN:
    62748
    Sort Number:
    UN 1406 B
    Time in/Out:
    01:06:21:00 / 01:15:37:00
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    UN 1406 B
    Film ID:
    2070.02
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  • "Various shots of a locomotive." - it's the Jubilee class locomotive No.5614.

    There's much more footage of this same filming session in clips 2068.08, 2070.08, 2070.05 and 2070.09.

    jamied 15th Mar 2014

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