Gold Find In Wicklow Mountain - Ireland (1959)

  • Description

    Unissued / Unused material. Gold found in the Wicklow mountains. Republic of Ireland, (Southern Ireland, Eire). LS people walking along streets in small village of Ballycoogue near Avoca, County Wicklow. CU signpost. MS villagers William Bracken, Patrick Merrigan and Mrs Murphy reading the news of the gold strike in the Evening Herald newspaper. CU headlines. MS Myles Fitzsimons and John Davoran walking away from camera holding panhandling pans behind their backs. LS as they walk across mountain stream. LS panhandling on gold mine river, John Davoran uses divining rod on river. LS Myles Fitzsimons and his father Mick who own land on Ballinagore mountain where gold was discovered. CU panhandlers. CU basin showing contents behind washed. CU Mick Fitzsimons as he makes a find and looks at fairly large nugget. LS of the two men panhandling river. CU pan. CU Myles wiping the sweat from his brow as he panhandles in hot sun. 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/britishpathe Join us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/britishpathe Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:2742.28
  • Owner

    British Pathé
  • Source

    Youtube (Youtube)
  • License

    What does this mean? Standard Youtube License
  • Further information

    Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_nRYuWlDF0
    Resource type: Video
    Added by: Graham Webster
    Last modified: 5 years, 10 months ago
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