Forth Road Bridge: Enginer and Foreman Check Progress at the Base of the Tunnel

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The Forth Road Bridge: engineer and foreman check progress at the base of the tunnel. Gordon Lang was employed by Random Film Productions Ltd to make a documentary film about the building of the Forth Road Bridge. The film was completed in 1965 (and is available to view at In 1966 the film was nominated for an Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Documentary Feature (which it didn’t win). This is one of several black and white photographs taken by Gordon Lang as background to the film.

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Forth Road Bridge: Enginer and Foreman Check Progress at the Base of the Tunnel






H 13 x W 16 cm (E)

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