You Can See It Grow 1925

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Item title reads - You can see it grow! More remarkable pictures (taken by special permission) of the new Waterloo Bridge. London.

M/S as the camera films from a truck which is moving along part of the bridge. M/S of men moving girders into place. M/S of two men pulling a rope and securing...

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Cataloguer:
Emma
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
24886
Sort Number:
G 1165
Time in/Out:
01:12:21:00 / 01:13:44:00
Canister:
G 1165
Film ID:
376.05
Issue Date:
19/02/1925

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