• Short Summary

    Lord Nelson's flagship is transferred to Portsmouth for overhaul

  • Description

    SLATE INFORMATION: H.M.S. Victory Removed for Safety from Harbour to Dockyard at Porstmouth for Examination of Under Water Timbers

    ENGLAND: Hampshire: Portsmouth:
    EXT

    PORTSMOUTH


    MAIN TITLE

    (8ft)


    LV. H.M.S. "Victory"

    (16ft)


    GV(high angle) Masts, pan down to SV. Hull

    (27ft)


    CU. Wheel turning

    (34ft)


    MV. Captain pointing to emblem

    (41ft)


    TITLE: NELSON'S FAMOUS FLAG-SHIP HAS FLOWN THE FLAG OF THE NAVAL COMMANDERS-IN-CHIEF FOR OVER 100 YEARS

    (47ft)


    MV. Sailor hauling down flag

    (51ft)


    CU. Captain & senior officers

    (56ft)

    Video Roll Title: H.M.S. Victory removed for safety from Harbour to dockyard at Portsmouth for examination of under water timbers: 56ft Issue sheet title: REMOVED FOR SAFETY TO PORTSMOUTH TO EXAMINE UNDERWATER TIMBERS
    H.M.S. VICTORTY: dry-docked at Portsmouth.

    Portsmouth: H.M.S. Victory dry-docked at Portsmouth

    Navy - Active, Great Britain

    Royal Navy, Lord Nelson, Ship of the Line, first rate, sailing ship, square rig, officers, No. 2 dock, Society for Nautical Research, peacetime, postwar, interwar, interbellum, WWI, World War I, Great War, First World War
    Background: Lord Nelson's flagship is transferred to Portsmouth for overhaul

  • Tags

  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA6D73BQ3KL2Z7ZYZP4LWEZQPHU
    Media URN:
    VLVA6D73BQ3KL2Z7ZYZP4LWEZQPHU
    Group:
    Reuters - Gaumont Graphic Newsreel
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    19/12/1921
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:00:28:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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