Liberty Ship construction at shipyards in California during World War 2. Numerous steel side shells for Liberty ship are laid out on supports in the shipyard. Welders work on top of the shells. A worker reams holes in the steel plates with a machine. Worker level-burns the edges with an acetylene torch. Worker wearing special helmet and goggles. Workers stand among ship's frames. Others work atop a steel plate. (Note: May include scenes from Kaiser Shipyard in Richmond, California as well as Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco.)
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