Single large glass copy negative of Louis Le Prince's footage shot on Leeds Bridge in October 1888. This copy negative was made by the Science Museum in 1933 from the original paper negatives created by Le Prince and shows frame numbers 110 to 129.
Le Prince, with the assistance of his son Adolphe shot this sequence of traffic and people moving over Leeds Bridge in late October 1888. They climbed to an upper storey of a building at the south-east end of Leeds Bridge occupied by one of his suppliers, Hicks Brothers, the ironmongers.
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