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Exteriors of the Ports Authority Office, interiors of employees, employee offices and computers, processing machines, signs, and photos. Inside the crane simulation computer, and other various...
Exterior shots of the shipping yard, transporting the metal crates around the shipping yard, loading the crates onto locomotives. Helicopter flying around the shipping yard.
Exteriors of the giant cranes lifting cargo crates off of and on to semi trucks. exterior views of the riverfront, train yard and wild birds..
Interior and exterior footage of the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame Museum in Dawsonville.
Driving tour of the Georgia Mountain Research and Education Center land. Various shots of plant life and the arrival of UGA students.
Exterior shots of the Rolling Thunder sign at the railroad tracks, exterior shots of the lodge, close ups of the signs, buses. Interior shots of employees at the front desk, Rolling Thunder...
Exterior shots of the Toccoa River sign, bridge, and riverbank with rafting equipment storage. Exterior shots of river goers boarding their rafts and casting off at the damn and waterfall. Shots...
Footage of the divers maintaining the tank and a family interacting with one of the dolphins.
Shots of some of the animals in the aquarium tanks and penguins.
Footage of the beautiful trees and signs around the Sea Turtle Center. Shots from inside the museum exhibit gallery and a puppet show.
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