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Title: [CRSC PIERS]
Reference number: 4586
Director: filmed by Mr Tom Urie
Running time: 9.57 mins
Description: In June 1974, members of the Clyde River Steamer Club made a trip on the steamer ''Countess of Kempock' to visit a range of Clyde Piers no longer in use.
[shotlisted from control track, Beta SP]
(00:00:00:00) gvs members of the Clyde River Steamer Club aboard the steamer 'Countess of Kempock' for a tour of Clyde Piers that are no longer in use - June 1974, gvs as they depart (00:00:19:10) view if Greencock Princes Pier container depot where ship 'Erlangen' is unloaded (00:00:47:07) passing shot Newark Castle, followed by the Dunoon car ferry 'Juno' under construction in Lamont's Yard (00:01:07:13) at Port Glasgow Steamboat Quay passengers disembark and take photographs (00:01:38:16) gvs naval fleet tied up at Custom House Quay, includes passing shots men fishing at quayside (00:02:31:17) shot of wreck of Greek Ship 'Carteyanis' (?) which had capsized in storm (00:03:06:22) approach to and gvs a rather delapidated Craigendoran Pier (00:03:51:01) gvs from aboard, including sailing craft, and passing Roseneath Peninsula (00:04:44:08) approach to and passing by Kilcreggan Pier (00:05:15:08) gvs coastline with large houses, landing at Blairmore Pier, views from ashore (00:06:11:22) landing at Strone Pier (00:06:47:15) passing by Kilmun pier (00:07:08:16) gvs Ardnadam Pier, currently in use by United States Navy (00:07:37:24) at a rather delapidated Hunter's Quay, the Western Ferry 'Sound of Shuna' approaches to berth, however the 'Countess of Kempock' manages to pull in and some members of the Clyde River Steamer Club scramble onto pier (00:08:47:24) view from shore as boat leaves, shot of a ruined Kirn Pier (00:09:01:12) departing Dunoon (00:09:06:23) Innellan Pier, where ship stops (00:09:22:18) gvs coastal scenery during return trip to Gourock (00:09:52:03) The End (00:09:57:02)
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