Window For Cathedral 1964

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    Full title reads: "Liverpool. Window For Cathedral".

    Liverpool, Merseyside.

    GV The new Roman Catholic Cathedral in foreground with the Protestant Cathedral in background. GV The half completed dome of the Catholic Cathedral. GV Pan from the dome to the crypt. GV Int: of the crypt service in progress. GV The dome. SV Cement hopper being swung into position by crane. CU Man watching. SV Concrete being spread. SV Brick layers at work. GV The dome.

    High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

    GV Int: racks where stained glass is stored. CU Man selecting glass. CU Protective glasses being taken off hook. SV Man putting on the glasses. Tracking shot trolley load of glass being wheeled to the studio. GV The studio. SV Glass cutter at work. CU The glass being scored. CU The glass cutter. SV Man breaking the glass. CU Man chipping the glass with hammer. GV Trays of glass being wheeled across the studio. SV The glass being selected and layed on patterned mould. (2 shots). SV The men laying out the glass. CU Designer Patrick Reyntiens. GV The glass being laid out. GV The studio. GV Completed panel being hoisted upright. CU Man hoisting. GV Man looking at the completed panel.

    GV Liverpool showing the two Cathedrals.


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    01:12:00:00 / 01:13:46:00
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