Wooden and steel ships being fabricated in U.S. shipyard during World War One
United States USA Date:1917 Duration:2 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Ship building activities at shipyard in the United States during World War 1 period. Scaffolding surrounds hulls of wooden ships under construction. View of the wooden beams being shaped. Men work inside a wooden hull under construction. Worker uses pneumatic drill on a heavy timber. Shipyard workers ending a shift, walk through yard filled with wood parts. View from above, of machine shop where large lathes are used to machine parts. Workers forge steel bars with a giant steam hammer. Machinists work on steel plates, machining and countersinking holes. Ships propellers being machined.
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