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Title:HMS SHEFFIELD VISITS MONTREAL [Allocated Title]
Film Number:ADM 1485
Other titles:POST-WAR NAVAL OPERATIONS - MISCELLANEOUS [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: HMS Sheffield at Montreal, Canada, July 1954; over 7000 people visited the ship on the two 'Open to Visitors' days.
Description: Car park: visitors arrive. Scenes of visitors on Quarterdeck, coming up the gangway, on forecastle, on outwalks between Admiral's barge and motor boat. Chief Poking Fire and a group of Iroquois Indians from the Caughnawaga reservation visit HMS Sheffield; seen coming aboard and talking with Commodore K McM Campbell-Walter on the Quarterdeck. (Afterwards were tribal dances and a ship renaming ceremony - possibly not filmed; see CNI notes.)