LAUNCHING OF TUG "INCHCOLM" FROM J. LEWIS YARD, ABERDEEN

The fur coats are out in force to watch the launch of the tug ‘Inchcolm’ from the yard of John Lewis and Sons in Aberdeen. (clip)

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Title: LAUNCHING OF TUG "INCHCOLM" FROM J. LEWIS YARD, ABERDEEN

Reference number: N0899

Date: 1967

Production company: Grampian Television

Sound: mute

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 2.20 mins

Description: Tug boat "Inchcolm" is launched from J. Lewis yard, Aberdeen.

Shotlist: tug boat "Inchcolm" is launched from J. Lewis yard, Aberdeen; Mrs M.C. White smashes bottle against hull, and launches the tug; shots of small crowd, and yard workers looking on; tug moves down slipway into water (0.33) blank (0.41) shots workers removing blocks under tug; Mrs White climbs to platform; tug moves down slipway; shots of yard workers watching; shots of tug in water (2.20)