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Amos & Smith Boiler Works, Hull
Amos & Smith Boiler Works, Hull

Amos & Smith Boiler Works, Hull 1900

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Amos & Smith Boiler Works, Hull 1900

1 mins United Kingdom

Filmmakers Mitchell & Kenyon shot some 30 films featuring the people and places of Hull, and this 'factory gate' film is one of the earliest. Filmed in October 1900 to coincide with the popular Hull Fair - where the film was screened for the public - the location is almost certainly Neptune Street, where Amos & Smith's predominantly male workforce made boilers for the steam-powered trawler fleet.

Genres

Non-Fiction

Tags

Factory workers Mitchell and Kenyon collection Engineering Kingston upon Hull Amos & Smith

Collection

Hull - UK City Of Culture 2017 Edwardians at Work

Released

1900

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

Mitchell and Kenyon

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