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Political memorabilia is featured including an heirloom desk and chair used in the U.S. House of Representatives during the 1800s; and signed photos of presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. Thursday, September 29 at 7 PM
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Establishing shots of the research and development facility, acoustics lab, and other offices on the Gulfstream campus.
Footage from inside the Gulfstream acoustics test facility.
Footage of the Jekyll Island welcome sign, Palm trees, and the Sidney Lanier Bridge.
Interior shots of Meddin’s production studio, edit/viewing suites, supply rooms, sets, lighting rigs, and camera equipment.
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..
Footage of the beautiful trees and signs around the Sea Turtle Center. Shots from inside the museum exhibit gallery and a puppet show.
Shots of the Rehabilitation Pavilion interior where sea turtles swim inside of fiberglass tanks. Shots of the Radiology and surgical suites.
Footage from inside the rehabilitation/hospital facility where professionals treat a turtle’s wound.
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