SCRAPPING WARSHIPS (1950) film no: 4553

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A film by George Wood of a group visit to see battleships of the Second World War being cut up for scrap.

A group of men and women, who look like an official party, are on a boat at sea near a large suspension bridge. They get off at some kind of harbour where several battle ships are anchored and being cut up for scrap. They have a walk around, some posing for the camera. A welder is cutting up a part of a ship.

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