CAMPBELL'S SPEED RECORD (1955)

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    GAUMONT BRITISH NEWSREEL (REUTERS) To license this film, visit https://www.britishpathe.com/video/VL... CAMPBELL'S SPEED RECORD Full Description: BLUEBIRD. Donald Campbell makes trial "1st Run at speed of 215. m.p.h. Donald Campbell makes trial "2nd Run at speed of 189.57 m.p.h. Donald Campbell makes trial "WORLD WATER SPEED RECORD" of 202.32 mph BUOYS Marking the "COURSE" for the "WORLD WATER SPEED RECORD" on lake ULLSWATER for Donald Campbell when he broke of 202.32 m.p.h. July 1955...in "BLUEBIRD" CAMPBELL LADY .. (Wife of Sir Malcolm & Mother of Donald W Donald's wife watching her son beat the "WORLD WATER SPEED RECORD" of 202.32 m.p.h. on lake Ullswater July 1955 DONALD CAMPBELL - SON OF SIR MALCOLM & Wife On Lake Ullswater beats the "WORLD WATER SPEED RECORD" 1955 1st run of 215 m.p.h. 2nd run of 189.572 m.p.h. "WORLD WATER SPEED RECORD" 202.32 Flash back to 1939 of Sir Malcolm (Father) of attempt of 141 m.p.h. for "WORLD WATER SPEED RECORD" in 47183/2250 also flash back of Stanley Sayres w speed of 178.49 m.p.h. & the tragedy of John Cobb all seen in shot of ... showing him Limping (spinal trouble) 47183/2250 LAKE ULSWATER. 1955 Donald Campbell makes "WORLD SPEED RECORD" OF 202.32 LAKE ULSWATER. 1955 Donald Campbell makes 1st RUN SPEED RECORD OF 215 mph. LAKE ULSWATER. 1955 Donald Campbell makes trial 2nd Run SPEED RECORD OF 189.57. Personalities - Records; Donald Campbell; Ships and Boats Background: CAMPBELL'S SPEED RECORD FILM ID: VLVA4ZLON4GXAYKNDJ5L9RXRN455Q To license this film, visit https://www.britishpathe.com/video/VL... Archive: Reuters Archive managed by: British Pathé
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    Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UNXtx4BYws
    Resource type: Video
    Last modified: 8 months ago
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