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Cheers Sign Boston

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Cheers Sign Boston

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This is part of a small collection of material shot around Boston in July 2012

As far as possible we have shot material 3 times in 24,25 and 30 Frames per second to give maximum compatibility with TV standards around the World.
Old State House Boston FootageBoston Tea Party Ship FootageBoston Tea Party Ship FootageUSS Constitution FootageHarry Elkins Widener Memorial Library Harvard University FootageCheers Pub Boston FootageHarvard Memorial Hall FootageHarry Elkins Widener Memorial Library Harvard University FootageMassachusetts State House FootageCheers Sign Boston FootageBoston Tea Party Ship FootageCheers Sign Boston FootageUSS Cassin Young FootageMassachusetts State House FootageBoston Old City Hall FootageCheers Pub Boston FootageHarry Elkins Widener Memorial Library Harvard University FootageUSS Cassin Young FootageHarvard Memorial Hall FootageBoston Old City Hall FootageCheers Sign Boston FootageMassachusetts State House FootageBoston Old City Hall FootageHarvard Memorial Hall FootageOld State House Boston FootageUSS Cassin Young FootageUSS Constitution FootageOld State House Boston FootageCheers Pub Boston Footage

There is also a small selection of NTSC SD material shot in 1991 if you are looking for archive material.
Town hall and courthouse FootageWoman talking to guide about John Kennedy Library tour and signing guestbook FootagePan up from traditional building next to mirrored Hancock building skyscraper FootageBoston Freedom Trail FootageZoom out from front of Museum of Fine Arts FootageZoom out from Prudential Tower FootageView from moving boat of Boston FootageWoman leaning against boat railing FootageThe Boston Tea Party Ship FootageZoom out from sign of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library to full building FootageMoving car traffic beside tram line FootageZoom out from door to whole building of John F. Kennedy National Historic Site FootageAmerican couple joking about Tea Party on tour boat FootageTour guide talking about JFK's parents history to woman FootageZoom out from Fenway Park FootagePanning view of furniture and dining table in dining room FootageClose up of fireplace and fish on spit FootageLittle boy and woman in costume at farm FootageView from sidewalk of passing cars FootageTour group on tour boat FootageZoom out from Hancock building skyscraper next to historic building FootageCouple of a boat tour in Boston FootageBoston State House out zoom out from high angle FootageZoom out from John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library sign to entire building FootageClose up of goat FootageClose up of woman shopping at street stall FootagePan across Museum of Fine Arts front FootageWoman in costume in historic reconstruction FootageShot of U.S.S Cassin Young from a boat FootageZoom out from tour guide to tour group listening to audio recording FootageClose up of people walking into Museum of Fine Arts FootageGround level view of buildings in Financial District and road Footage

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Boston, Usa

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