Pictures from Ireland of Alcock and Brown and their plane after non stop transatlantic flight.
Item title reads: "Clifden, Ireland - Bogged! - How the gallant Atlantic Airman landed on Irish Soil."
WS. Shot of John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown's Vickers Vimy, crashed with tail in the air and nose buried in the ground, under guard. CU. Wings of plane, pan along the fuselage. MLS. Alcock? and Brown? seated. LS Pan along the wings of plane LS. Pan along wings Army officers moving around plane. Soldiers standing guarding the plane WS Of plane with tent pitched by it CU. Tail of plane pan down to body. MS. Pan along plane wing. WS. Of crowd in street outside shop. Someone is visible on the ground surrounded by a group of people. CU. Newspaper cutting "Direct flight across the Atlantic. Vickers Airplane's Non-Stop voyage of 1,880 Miles. Captain Alcock's Story." "The Wonder is we are here at all". "
Repeat of first three shots of the item the shot of Alcock and Brown is of better quality.