Battle planes in hangar during First World War.
Location of events unknown.
Battle aeroplanes sitting on field in a row. Pan left. Row of aeroplanes in front of row of buildings with sloped roofs - hangars. Workers moving the plane in FG forward; then the next; etc. Back to planes in field; with a crowd of men - some in suits like gentlemen some in worker's overalls etc. walk past the planes.
Aviation; World War One.
Amendment March 2011:
This clip shows a Sopwith 'Pup' Fighter aircraft at Hanworth Park aerodrome in 1917, this can be told by looking at an early issue of Flight magazine (July 7th 1917), as well as the serial number in the clip A6191, and the writing on the Hangar doors. The company founder Mr. J. A. Whitehead may well be gentleman who looks back at the camera, his Rolls Royce is parked beside the row of planes.