Airship Bournemouth built and ready for tests & Professor Powell's balloon goes in the air.
LORD VENTRY AIRSHIP "BOURNEMOUTH"
LV. Balloons inside Cardington airship shed at Bedford, dark shot. CU. Name 'Bournemouth' and Bournemouth coat of arms on newly built airship. SV. Lord Ventry and Thomas Patrick York-Moore, in beret, looking at car and engine, pan up to balloon. Lord Ventry is the leader of the group of people who built the airship. SCU. Lord Ventry and York-Moore, pan to engine. FCU. Lord Ventry. SV. Propellor and engine working. SV. Man testing ballast sandbags, & LV. CU. Another balloon in shed, pan down to long shot of 'Bournemouth Airship' - the first airship built here since 1930.
PROFESSOR POWELL'S BALLOON
LV. Professor Powell and his assistants, quite a few of them, unwrapping 100 feet balloon ready for inflation, & SV. SCU. Professor Powell and his assistants. LV. Assistant straightening out fabric of balloon. SV. Balloon being filled. CU. Hand holding tube. SV. Back view, Professor Powell watching balloon being inflated. SCU. Two assistants at gas control. SV. Balloon half rising from ground. LV. Assistants fixing aerial attached to end of balloon. LV. Pan up balloon leaving ground, pan down to assistants running along ground with tail of balloon. Pan up to balloon rising in air. SV. Pan up photographic equipment on end of balloon, pan up to balloon rising. GV. Balloon rising in air.