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Description: Home movies of a trip on an ocean liner to Trinidad in the 1950s

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Clip #: TFA-95D
Length: 15:08
Color: Color
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: Caribbean
Country: Trinidad
Subject: Amateur film
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, Trinidad, cruise ship, ocean liner, cruise ship deck, international maritime signal flags, boat approaching cruise ship and men boarding ship by climbing ladder, docked ships, people leaning against deck railing, crane unloading horses from deck, mosque, intricately carved porches, procession in street, brightly colored flowers, botanical garden, pond, bandstand, boat approaching and man climbing up rope ladder, port, factory, houses, mosque next to thatched roof houses, no parking sign, street scenes, people riding bicycles, pedestrians, church, market, female tourist, women carrying things on their heads, brightly colored flowers, man unloading cargo from boat, clocktower, waterfront, cargo ship, small islands, shore, people wearing lifejackets, man sleeping in chair, people reclining in deck chairs and reading, middle aged man and woman standing next to deck railing and embracing, sunset views from ocean liner deck, waiter serving drink to man seated in chair, men holding up flying fish, water spraying onto ocean liner deck, American flag, man climbing up rope ladder and boarding ocean liner, sunset over water, lighthouse


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