LAST TRAM IN EDINBURGH

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Title: LAST TRAM IN EDINBURGH

Reference number: 6028

Date: 1956

Director: d. Norward Inglis

Production company: Norward Inglis Film Production

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 2.27 mins

Description: General views of the of the last tram in Edinburgh as they process from depot at night. Includes shots of tram staff and the Lord Provost of Edinburgh.

See also ref. 7236

Shotlist: gvs trams making their way along Edinburgh streets to the depot by night, one is emblazoned with the sign '1871 - 1956 The Last Week', we see people standing on upper deck watching the crowd-lined streets below (one tram being the No. 28 destined for Shrubhill) (0.33) horse drawn tram carriage passes with 'Albert Street and Elm Row via Easter Road and London Road' emblazoned on side; crowds gather to look at the spectacle (1.01) Provost John Banks and his wife, surrounded by press and crowds, obtain autographs from conductors, they all pose for photographs (1.46) gvs trams, including the no. 88, departing depot [very c/u]; very brief tilt up to clock tower for final shot (2.27)