• Short Summary

    HMS Nelson, a 35,000 ton battleship, is launched at Newcastle-on-Tyne

  • Description

    Gaumont Graphic Ident

    SLATE INFORMATION: H.M.S. Nelson, Britain's Largest Battleship, Launched at Sir Armstrong Whitworth's Yard a Newcastle-on-Tyne

    ENGLAND: Tyne and Wear: Newcastle-on-Tyne:
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    Video Roll Title: Monarch of the Seas: HMS Nelson Launched: 88ft
    Launch of H.M.S. "Nelson" BATTLESHIPS
    Dominion Delegates at Croydon Aerodrome.

    Launch of H.M.S. "Nelson"



    ENGLAND, NORTHUMBERLAND NEWCASTLE ON TYNE.


    MAIN TITLES: MONARCH OF THE SEAS- HMS NELSON BRITAINS LARGEST BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED AT SIR ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH'S YARD AT NEWCASTLE ON TYNE.

    (8ft)


    GV: CROWD OF PEOPLE ON DOCKSIDE ROUND STERN OF SHIP. PAN

    (21ft)


    MLV: OFFICIALS ON DIAS AROUND SHIPS' STERN.

    (26ft)


    MLV: CLERGYMAN BLESSING THE SHIP.

    (32ft)


    TITLE: DAME CAROLINE BRIDGMAN PERFORMS THE LAUNCHING CEREMONY.

    (37ft)


    LV: SHIP BEING CHRISTENED WITH BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE.

    (56ft)


    SV: KEEL OF BOAT AS IT GOES DOWN SLIP: HAVE ON SIDE OF SHIP 'NELSON'

    (67ft)


    LV: SHIP DOWN SLIP INTO WATER, 2 SHOTS.

    (82ft)


    LV: BATTLESHIP AFLOAT IN THE RIVER.

    (88ft)


    NB: LIBRARY NUMBER HAS LONGER SHOTS OF WHAT IS IN THE ISSUE.

    Armstrong-Whitworth, battlewagon, lead shop, Nelson-class, peacetime, postwar, interwar, interbellum, WWI, World War I, Great War, First World War
    Background: HMS Nelson, a 35,000 ton battleship, is launched at Newcastle-on-Tyne

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA9G0XG6G88R43O77Y6KQRT99AW
    Media URN:
    VLVA9G0XG6G88R43O77Y6KQRT99AW
    Group:
    Reuters - Gaumont Graphic Newsreel
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    07/09/1925
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:00:49:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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