SECTIONS OF THE HANDS OF VICTORY LEAVE THE MORRIS SINGER FOUNDRY, BASINGSTOKE, 26 MAY 1989 (TAPE 1) [Allocated Title]
Parts of the sculptures are loaded onto lorries at Morris Singer.
In the yard at Morris Singer, a casting of one of the sword hilts is lifted by a crane onto the back of an articulated lorry, John, the pipe-smoking supervisor, monitors the operation. Inside the loading bay of the workshop, a mobile pallet is move into position and a large section of the hand is winched onto it. The pallet is then moved into the yard. Other sections of several hands are waiting in the yard. One section is moved by crane onto the back of a lorry and secured in place. The lorry-loads are completed by the addition of smaller sections of casting.