The first shock-force unit named after the Komsomol's 17th Congress which arrived for the construction of the Baikal-Amur Railway was given a warm and cordial welcome.
GV - locomotive towards camera
CU - women in traditional costume making presentation to komsomol workers
GV - workers with banner being greeted
MV + PAN - workers with flowers applauding
GV + PAN - view across welcoming reception - crowds banners, etc.
GV - workers leaving on coach
GV - convoy of coaches along road
LV - site of camp
MV - workers disembarking and approaching site
CU - bricklayer working
GV - bricklayers building wall
CU + MV - workers (2 shots)
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Background: The first shock-force unit named after the Komsomol's 17th Congress which arrived for the construction of the Baikal-Amur Railway was given a warm and cordial welcome. There are 600 workers in the first unit from all Soviet Republics - builders, engineers. technicians. They follow the traditions of the builders of Magnitka and Dneproges, the Tersib and Kuznetsk. The Komsomols of the Seventies will be???uilding the Baikal-Amur Railway, the main line of the century. Yet today besides the building of the 3000 km line it is necessary to build dwellings for the workers. The unit set to work right from the start