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Under the supervision of the Museum technician, and with prior arrangement you are welcome to film with specialist camera equipment. Power cables are permitted, but may only be run along walkways in exceptional circumstances, in which case suitable precautions must be taken to prevent a trip hazard. All plug-in electrical appliances must have been tested in accordance with the recommendations of the Health and Safety executive's publication HS(G)107 or any publication which supersedes it. Gangways and fire routes must be kept clear at all times and cable must be fixed firmly to kerbs with gaffer tape or similar. Where drum-type power cables are used, cable must be pulled away from the drum before power is supplied.

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