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Ocean Terminal, Documentary, 1952 IMDB

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JCB UK

2017-02-01 23:09

Another jolly BTF film but more ships than cars.


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dsl SX

2017-09-23 01:10

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29 minute film can be seen on
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British Transport Films Volume Five: Off the Beaten Track 2-DVD set; no copy found online, which is a pity because it's an excellently compiled film - very crisp quality print, lots of spectacular footage, and despite bland "plot" is a fascinating insight into a vanished world of big ships. And little ones. A couple of new entries, some mains upgraded, comment pictures added and timings.

Rejects
- Rover??
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- baby something and a big upright back
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- street view
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Excellent sequence of a fleet of tugs ..... um .... tugging and pushing in a glorious ballet of manoeuvres
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Also appearances by the Queen Mary, Mauretania and other liners.

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