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A boy using the Land-Ship, a mock navigation bridge on the roof of the School of Navigation, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, used to teach students the points of the compass. (clip) 
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Title: LAND-SHIP, the
Reference number: 1983
Director: [filmed by Thomas S. Wylie]
Running time: 3 mins
Description: An illustration of the Land-Ship, a mock navigation bridge on the roof of the School of Navigation, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, used to teach students the points of the compass.
Shotlist: Title (.02); [Royal Technical College, Glasgow] Young boy [Eric, son of School of Navigation lecturer Dr Symon] walks through department and up onto roof of Royal College building, George Street, Glasgow [shot en route of Dr Macaulay]. Shots of Eric operating the steering wheel and bridge apparatus [used to teach students the points of the compass]. Shot of George Square in the background (2.00); [Blank] Inside laboratory, technicians Tom Hamilton, Bob Gilliland and Owen Brookes cut "chladni plate" (3.00)
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