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An intriguing demonstration of how quickly tasteful row houses can be built with few men, but with plenty of versatile Canadian lumber and skills. The scene is Harlow, a planned satellite town near London, England. Here we see the site prepared, the semi-assembled structure trucked into place and erected; then, in almost no time, all the work of interior installations and finishing. A film to interest builders, professional and amateur.

1967, 15 min 35 s