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Unique ID Number: TS_1998-0207B Acc 7160
Description: Shell film: Robinson’s pumping engine, South Crofty Mine, 1951 One 16mm film can with Show Copy. (Marked ‘B’).
Record Number: 753207

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Subject: Cornish Engines

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Type:

Film
Creator: Shell Film Unit, Shell-Mex House, Victoria Embankment, WC2
Format: TIFF
Source: TS records at CRO (Acc 7160)
Date: 1951-02
Coverage: Cornwall, Mining, Pumping, Quarrying.
Publisher: Trevithick Society
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Rights: Shell Film Unit
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