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Trawler Collection

Background imageTrawler Collection: Fishing trawler and crew, Resplendent, Scotland

Fishing trawler and crew, Resplendent, Scotland. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: England / St. Ives

England / St. Ives
Two little boys keep their grandfather company while he finishes off his painting of a fishing trawler, on the beach near the harbour of St. Ives, Cornwall

Background imageTrawler Collection: Stern trawler Conqueror on rocks at Mousehole, Cornwall

Stern trawler Conqueror on rocks at Mousehole, Cornwall
Stern trawler Conqueror on the rocks at Mousehole, Cornwall, December 1978. Date: 1978

Background imageTrawler Collection: WW1 - The King Stephen fishing boat and Zeppelin L19, 1916

WW1 - The King Stephen fishing boat and Zeppelin L19, 1916
WW1 - The zeppelin L19 (also known as the LZ 54), was a World War I airship of the of the Imperial German Navy. After its first bomb raid in the UK, the L19 crashed in the North Sea

Background imageTrawler Collection: Trawler, Bridlington harbour entrance - 1

Trawler, Bridlington harbour entrance - 1
Trawler Ocean Reward returns to Bridlington harbour after a fishing trip in the North Sea Date: circa 1987

Background imageTrawler Collection: Brixham fishing trawler, Provident, at sea

Brixham fishing trawler, Provident, at sea. Date: circa 1980s

Background imageTrawler Collection: WW1 - U-14 rammed by British steam trawler, the Oceanic II

WW1 - U-14 rammed by British steam trawler, the Oceanic II
WW1 - SM U-14 was one of the 329 submarines serving in the Imperial German Navy in World War I. On the 5th June 1915, U-14 was disabled by gunfire from armed British trawler, Oceanic II

Background imageTrawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler -- fisherman at work on deck. Date: 1960s

Life on a North Sea trawler -- fisherman at work on deck. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler

Life on a North Sea trawler -- distant view of a trawler at sea, with seagulls circling for food. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Lowestoft, Suffolk - Sailing trawlers towed to Sea

Lowestoft, Suffolk - Sailing trawlers towed to Sea Date: circa 1920s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Launch - Cromer Lifeboat

Launch - Cromer Lifeboat
The return of the Cromer lifeboat after assisting a crippled trawler to port

Background imageTrawler Collection: Icelandic Trawler

Icelandic Trawler
This British built Icelandic trawler at Grimsby docks, Lincolnshire, England, is being lifted up to examine the hull and for repainting

Background imageTrawler Collection: A Lowestoft registered trawler - Victorian period

A Lowestoft registered trawler - Victorian period

Background imageTrawler Collection: A Lowestoft trawler

A Lowestoft trawler

Background imageTrawler Collection: Trawler Heroine, Royal Naval Exhibition of 1891 in London

Trawler Heroine, Royal Naval Exhibition of 1891 in London

Background imageTrawler Collection: Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 - the trawler Heroine

Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 - the trawler Heroine

Background imageTrawler Collection: H. M. S. Steepholm (DV17) - Isles-class trawler

H. M. S. Steepholm (DV17) - Isles-class trawler
H.M.S. Steepholm (DV17) - formerly an Isles-class trawler of the Royal Navy, later a wreck disposal vessel. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Fishing trawler and ice

Fishing trawler and ice Date: 1925

Background imageTrawler Collection: Trawlers at Aberdeen

Trawlers at Aberdeen
Trawler boats at the Quay in Aberdeen. The fishing industry had increased in 1900 due to the convenance of the ports for the North Sea

Background imageTrawler Collection: King George's Cup Yachts

King George's Cup Yachts
Contenders for the King George's Perpetual Challenge Cup at Brixham regatta, an event open to ketch-rigged trawlers over forty tons. Date: 1931

Background imageTrawler Collection: North Sea tuna

North Sea tuna
Crew members of the trawler Silver Line pose with their haul of five giant tuna fish, caught 120 miles out from Scarborough. Date: 1939

Background imageTrawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler - man viewed through porthole. Date: 1960s

Life on a North Sea trawler - man viewed through porthole. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler - three men on deck in ordinary clothes

Life on a North Sea trawler - three men on deck in ordinary clothes, one of them writing on a piece of paper. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler - two men on deck in raincoat, jacket, and flat caps, close to shore

Life on a North Sea trawler - two men on deck in raincoat, jacket, and flat caps, close to shore. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler - man at work on deck. Date: 1960s

Life on a North Sea trawler - man at work on deck. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler - aerial view onto the deck - man in raincoat and trilby hat

Life on a North Sea trawler - aerial view onto the deck - man in raincoat and trilby hat, carrying a shopping bag. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler -- fishermen at work on deck, hauling in a net full of fish. Date: 1960s

Life on a North Sea trawler -- fishermen at work on deck, hauling in a net full of fish. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Converting from marine steam to diesel drive

Converting from marine steam to diesel drive
Pamplet on converting from marine steam to diesel drive by LBS Engineering Co, Lowestoft. Shows the Togo, the first diesel trawler, 1933 Date: circa 1940

Background imageTrawler Collection: The Dogger Bank Incident or Russian Outrage

The Dogger Bank Incident or Russian Outrage
The Dogger Bank Incident (or Russian Outrage ) occured on the 22nd October 1904, when the Russian Fleet (sailing to reinforce the 1st Pacific Squadron stationed at Port Arthur during)

Background imageTrawler Collection: Harvest of the sea 1867

Harvest of the sea 1867
Trawler vessel out to sea with two fishermen rowing. In 1867 there were between 800 and 900 boats with large nets sweeping the bottom of the sea catching fish for the London market. Date: 1867

Background imageTrawler Collection: Trawler, Bridlington harbour entrance - 3

Trawler, Bridlington harbour entrance - 3
Trawler Ocean Reward returns to Bridlington harbour after a fishing trip in the North Sea Date: circa 1987

Background imageTrawler Collection: Trawler, Bridlington harbour entrance - 2

Trawler, Bridlington harbour entrance - 2
Trawler Ocean Reward returns to Bridlington harbour after a fishing trip in the North Sea Date: circa 1987

Background imageTrawler Collection: One of two Royal Air Force Westland Whirlwind HARMk10s, ?

One of two Royal Air Force Westland Whirlwind HARMk10s, ?
One of two Royal Air Force Westland Whirlwind HARMk10s, XD186, from ?B? Flight of No.202 Squadron, RAF Lecconfield, which rescued a seaman from the French trawler Batiss

Background imageTrawler Collection: One of two Royal Air Force Westland Whirlwinds from ?B??

One of two Royal Air Force Westland Whirlwinds from ?B??
One of two Royal Air Force Westland Whirlwinds from ?B? Flight of No.202 Squadron, RAF Lecconfield, which rescued a seaman from the French trawler Batiss

Background imageTrawler Collection: The Dogger Bank Incident or Russian Outrage

The Dogger Bank Incident or Russian Outrage
The Dogger Bank Incident (or Russian Outrage ) occured on the 22nd October 1904, when the Russian Fleet (sailing to reinforce the 1st Pacific Squadron stationed at Port Arthur during)

Background imageTrawler Collection: Lands End - Cornwall

Lands End - Cornwall Date: 1929

Background imageTrawler Collection: Some types of model ships

Some types of model ships. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageTrawler Collection: Bounteous fishing trawler half submerged, Newlyn, Cornwall

Bounteous fishing trawler half submerged, Newlyn, Cornwall
Bounteous fishing trawler half submerged at low tide off the coast of Cornwall, near Newlyn harbour, being pumped out and pulled upright after rolling and sinking in rough seas, 17 January 1980

Background imageTrawler Collection: The Harbour, Helmsdale, Caithness and Sutherland, Scotland

The Harbour, Helmsdale, Caithness and Sutherland, Scotland
The Harbour, Helmsdale, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland. Date: 1955

Background imageTrawler Collection: British naval convoy system by G. H. Davis

British naval convoy system by G. H. Davis
The method of safeguarding the freedom of the seas: the British naval convoy system at work. Making the high seas safe for Allied

Background imageTrawler Collection: Aberdeen Fishing Trawler

Aberdeen Fishing Trawler
A fishing trawler leaving Aberdeen Fish Market, Scotland. Date: 1960s

Background imageTrawler Collection: The Dogger Bank Incident or Russian Outrage

The Dogger Bank Incident or Russian Outrage
The Dogger Bank Incident (or Russian Outrage ) occured on the 22nd October 1904, when the Russian Fleet (sailing to reinforce the 1st Pacific Squadron stationed at Port Arthur during)

Background imageTrawler Collection: L19 Zeppelin

L19 Zeppelin
Impression of the German Zeppelin L-19 with its crew perched on top seeking help from the crew of the fishing trawler, " King Stephen" who refused to give it and left

Background imageTrawler Collection: Airbags used to raise fishing trawler, Newlyn, Cornwall

Airbags used to raise fishing trawler, Newlyn, Cornwall
Airbags used to raise the Bounteous fishing trawler off the coast of Cornwall, near Newlyn harbour, which rolled and sank in rough seas, 17 January 1980. A diver is also visible in the water

Background imageTrawler Collection: Fishermen on a trawler, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Fishermen on a trawler, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. Date: circa 1910



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