Men load freight car wheels aboard a U.S. Merchant Marine ship for delivering it the U.S. Army in Philippines.
United States USA Date:1946 Duration:4 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'Hannibal Victory' depicts how victory ship, SS Hannibal Victory delivered a cargo of 8 railroad locomotives, tenders, flatcars, rails etc. from San Francisco to the U.S. Army in the Philippines. A small boat at the edge of the Mississippi River. A steamboat underway in the Mississippi River. A man stands at a deck of the steamboat. A man operates a navigation wheel. Horn of the steamboat blows. The man operating the navigation wheel. The steamboat underway in the river. A railway bridge across the Mississippi River. A train passes over the bridge. The statue of famous American Author Samuel Langhorne Clemens also known as Mark Twain. Two women walk up steps. A plaque reads about Mark Twain. The statue of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. Traffic on a street. People walk on a pathway. A railroad station. Smoke comes out from locomotives. Wheels of the freight cars. Men assembling the freight car wheels. A close up of the wheel with 'Hannibal' written on it. Animated map depicts the transport of freight car wheels from Hannibal to San Francisco. The wheels are hoisted and taken aboard a U.S. Merchant Marine ship in San Francisco. A man aboard the ship operate the controls. Several views of the wheels loaded aboard the ship. Ships at a port. War supplies are taken aboard a merchant ship. Two men seated in the foreground. A ship with a U.S. flag.
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