8mm amateur film 'Bournemouth shed No. 2' by David Hodge

8mm amateur film 'Bournemouth shed' by David Hodge
1965-1967 in Bournemouth

8mm 400 feet film reel, edited film titled ' Bournemouth shed No. 2' made by amateur filmmaker, David Hodge. The filmmaker filmed most of the footage when he worked at Bournemouth Motive Power Depot, between December 1965 and July 1967. Colour and silent footage. This is part 2 of 2 of the 'Bournemouth shed' film. Film shows- Trolleybus; Christchurch Road; Engine cleaning; Coal train being shunted; 34005; shovelling ashes; 80000 class; 4498 at bottom of climb from Christchurch to Bournemouth; Fitter working on 34047’s injectors; 35007; 34040 draws belle stock out of station; Fitter removing injector cones; 34047 and 34018 outside shed; Signalman leaving box for token; Brockenhurst; Lamport and Holt; 35026; New Forest, Woodfindley Curve; washout sequence; 76 Class; Coal wagons; Fitter in pit; sumulating engine passing over; engine crew being issued with new electric age uniforms; Embassy-last summer for operation 1966; clearing out smokebox; 35012 come on shed after bringin down the Belle and is being given a quick turnaround before taking Belle up again; Lord Dowding; footplate views on 34102 Lapford.


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cardboard, plastic (unidentified), metal (unknown) and cellulose acetate
overall: 200 mm x 200 mm x 25 mm,
film reel
David Hodge