Yorkshire's Wonder Dam 1926

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    Near Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

    Title: "Yorkshire's Wonder Dam in course of construction - being built over the River Nidd at Sear Village".

    L/S of a rapid river flowing towards a dam. Panning shot of the concrete and metal dam, water froths through it. Panning shot over massive concrete blocks the dam is made from. High angled L/S of the dam, there appears to be railway tracks running along the top of it. Panning shot of the half constructed dam, freight wagons are parked on the tracks.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:37:32:00 / 01:38:36:00
    G 1263
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    G 1263
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