Shipyard Viking. (1930 - 1939)

Film-document №66781 2 parts, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: Gerbert Drejer /Herdert Dreyer/

Operators: Erih Grohman

Reel №1

Types Hardanger fjord in Norway.

Fishing village, which has its own shipyard for the manufacture of fishing vessels.

The process of creating the vessel begins with the harvesting.

Lumberjacks at work, they felled pine and dropping them from the hill into the water.

Two men on a boat fastened timber, lift takes them to the shipyard.

Warehouse timber, timber processing, manufacturing of parts for the ship.

The man is working and payments plan.

Construction of the vessel is carried out manually, using axes, hatchets and other tools

Key words

Norway, shipbuilding, fisheries, industry, forest, mountain workers

Reel №2


Builders collect hull, clapboard, grind them.

A man checks the board up on the smoothness.

Greasing resin body, painting of the finished vessel.

Workers clean backup, the ship goes down in the water

Key words

Germany, Norway, shipbuilding workers