Can contains three short rolls of Admiralty related negative.
[A] Royal Naval Motor Torpedo Boats in the Mediterranean (1941-1942) [Allocated]
Summary: Scratched on leader: 'Turner Pictorial' [Cameraman's name?] Ls of MTB's at sea, moving in line into distance. Cameraship get's closer to the stern of two of the MTB's. Good views alongside MTB 312, an ELCO Class, 77' long boat, built in the USA and commissioned on 23 February 1942, sunk by Italian aircraft off Libya on 14 September 1942. Cu of two bare-chested sailors on the boat, looking through their binoculars. MS as a sailor fires a double barrelled Vickers Machine Gun into the sky. View from stern of MTB. MTBs at speed alongside cameraboat. MTB releases depth charge. Depth charge explodes at stern of MTB alongside.
On tail is scratched: Turner Pictorial Neg MTB's 272
35mm, B+W, Neg , mute
Kodak 1940, Nitrate, 191ft
[B] Tug THORE C SOUTHAMTPON in harbour [Allocated]
Summary: Ms view down from stern of tug THORE C SOUTHAMPTON. At stern can be seen a sole crew member letting out a rope as the tug moves away.
35mm, B+W, Neg, Mute.
Kodak 1942, Nitrate, 19ft
[C] Royal Naval Motor Torpedo Boat [Allocated]
Summary: MS of RN MTB's moving at speed. No number on boats.
35mm, B+W, Net, Mute.
Kodak 1942, Nitrate, 36ft.
Accession and scan: Toby Haggith, 25/11/19.