Week Under Water 1965

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Item title reads - Week under water.

Two aquanauts spend a week under water in sealed capsule. Plymouth, Devon.

M/S's of the two-ton cylinder "Glaucus Project" about to be lowered into the Plymouth breakwater. C/U as cylinder is lowered into water. M/S crane operator watching. M/S...

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Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
55826
Sort Number:
65/076
Time in/Out:
01:00:15:00 / 01:01:49:00
Canister:
65/76
Film ID:
1818.01
Issue Date:
19/09/1965

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  • I can remember as ateenager exploring the Glaucus when it was aparently abandoned on a piece of ground where Tesco's at Fleetsbridge, Poole is now in the 60's.

    windy52 5th Apr 2014

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