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Trawler Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 43 pictures in our Trawler collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


WW1 - The 'King Stephen' fishing boat and Zeppelin L19, 1916 Featured Print

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 it's first bomb raid in the UK, the L19 crashed in the North Sea. As seen here, the crew survived the crash, but the airship is sinking. The fishermen of the fishing trawler look towards the German crew, however they refuse to rescue them. Date: 1916

© Mary Evans Picture Library

The Dogger Bank Incident or Russian Outrage Featured Print

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 the Russo-Japanese War) mistook 48 harmless British trawlers at Dogger Bank for an Imperial Japanese Navy force, leading to the loss of life of three British seamen, two by drowning and one from shock a year later. This card shows the damaged trawler 'Moulmein' and its crew, lucky to have returned to port alive. Date: 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

British naval convoy system by G. H. Davis Featured Print

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 and neutral shipping -- a convoy of merchantmen protected against submarines by destroyer screens, armed trawlers and minesweepers, and against surface raiders by a larger warship, while long-range flying boats scan the ocean from above. Date: 1939

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans