NEW RAILWAY FERRY FOR SIAM IN OPERATION [Allocated Title]
In Bangkok a ferry built by the Indian Engineers is used to convey railway locomotives to the east bank of the Chao Phraya river.
On the ferry a railway wagon approaches camera; a number of Japanese troops stand around. The ferry moves off with views of a lashing and one of the boats used to provide propulsion. A lorry adapted to run on rails and named 'Rama I' backs up to the ferry and hauls the wagon off. The ferry returns to the far bank. Wide shot view of the bridge, river and ferry. Wide shot as the ferry approaches. Rama I approaches and passes camera towing two wagons. Wagons are left in a siding. A locomotive pulls away hauling a cylindrical tank and wagons. View of a line of wagons. A Japanese locomotive. More views of wagons being shunted and hauled.