A film 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 man cleans a plaque of SS Hannibal Victory ship with a cloth. The chassis stacked at the port . A trolley tows the freight car underframes. The stevedores and longshoremen at work . They load freight car underframes aboard SS Hannibal Victory. The freight car underframes is hoisted and lowered aboard the deck. K-rations, cots, hospital supplies like bandages and plasma loaded in the spaces between the cargo. Men aboard the ship at work. The eight full-grown railroad engines complete with tenders taken towards the ship on the railroad flat cars. Men stand near a locomotive on the railroad flat car. The men aboard a ship and at the dock. A man attaches ropes to the locomotive. The hoisted locomotive is taken aboard the ship. A man directs. The locomotive is cautiously lowered at the deck. A crane operator operates the controls. The locomotive is being lowered. The men giving directions. The men lay road bits and big pine timbers to cushion the weights of the big locomotives . Several views of men turn buckle and put steel rod assemblies to the deck , clamped them tight and wedged chained and bolted them down. A chief with his wife walk and talk. A view of the city in the background. They walk towards the dock. The men covering the locomotives. The chief and his wife cross a road. Cars parked on side of the road. The crane operator seated at controls. Men finishing the end tasks. The chief meets his wife before leaving. The chief boars the ship. His wife stands at the dock. Men aboard the ship at work.
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