Standard 8mm film Colour Silent 1958 8:38
Summary: Amateur film of construction work at Heathrow Airport.
Title number: 392
LSA ID: LSA/508
Description: Cranes are filmed lifting large steel structures into a vertical position, where they form the side wall of a tall flat roofed building. The process is guided by workmen on the ground, on the building roof and on a scaffolding tower. A series of passenger jets are also filmed as they come in to land at the airport.
Credits: Anderson Dunn, James (Filmmaker)
Keywords: Airports; Building construction
Locations: United Kingdom; England; London; Hounslow
Arthur Chiles wrote on September 11, 2020:Yes I agree it does look like TBB (Technical Block B). As you say now demolished. It was the for…Yes I agree it does look like TBB (Technical Block B). As you say now demolished.
It was the for a long time the Concorde maintenance hanger.
I was told when I joined British Airways in 1974 that TBB was build on the site of a Cat food factory?
Mike Rudman wrote on July 4, 2016:Looks like the construction of TBB (Technical Block B) since demolished. Was there when I started with BA in 1976