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Duke Visits Iceland (1964)

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Published on Apr 13, 2014

Full title reads: "Duke Visits Iceland". Technicolor material.



GV Fishing boats at Lossiemouth, Scotland. SV Pan Prince Charles going down steps and stepping into Royal Barge. SV Crowds on Quayside. LV Royal Barge at sea heading towards Royal Yacht Britannia.



GV The Fishers Protection ship HMS Malcolm. SV Anchor Chain on the Malcolm. GV Britannia underway. GV The Bows of the Malcolm as she goes through rough sea. SV Sailors at work on deck. VS of ships in rough seas.



Shots of the fishing trawler ship 'Barnsey'. It is at work fishing in the North Sea. Good shots of fishermen working with their nets.



VS of the Volcanic island of Surtsee which has appeared quick recently.



GV Britannia tied up off Reykjavik, Iceland. VS of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh with Angeir Asgeirsson, President of Iceland. They are welcomed by large crowds. Various shots of Duke looking around Icelandic scenes including Geysers, hot waterfalls, greenhouses heated by volcanic water where tropical flowers and bananas grow. GV Elevated Reykjavik.
FILM ID:1765.1

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