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HARB.PC.007.tif
A busy Mousehole harbour in the c1920s.

BUILD 8.077D.tif
Boats in harbour at Exeter Maritime Museum.

BUILD 8.077C.tif
Sotero in Tug Harbour at Exeter Maritime Museum.

BUILD 8.077B.tif
St Canute in Tug Harbour at Exeter Maritime Museum.

FISH 12HF 044.tif
The boat 168 PZ can be identified (note the reversal of the boat identification - this would now be PZ 168).

BUILD 8.077A.tif
Tug Harbor at Exeter Maritime Museum. St Canute A2064C Sunny South PW195 Sotero

BRIDG 6.002.tif
A photo of London Bridge with a paddle steamer. Railway and other carriers' wagons dominate the horse-drawn traffic crossing London Bridge in 1890. Motor vehicles were still a doubtful and mistrusted form of transport. Even the buses here are…

ARTS 8.017.tif
A Victorian youngster proudly presents his home-made model of a Mount's Bay lugger (a Cornish fishing boat of the period), as some of the same rig can be seen in the background.

SCAPE 9.027A.tif
SCAPE 9.027 IS A POOR PHOTOCOPY SCAPE 9.027A IS FROM A NEGATIVE COPY Fishing boats on the slip at Sennen, featuring a thatched cottage, the lifeboat house, Sennen Cove Hotel and the Round House.

FISH 4.003.tif
Tucking a pilchard seine was when an exceptionally large catch was netted. The 'tucker' was a smaller net used to keep the bulk of the catch in the main net (centre of photograph) while the main catch was carted away. In this case, a week's work by…

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FISH 8.009.tif
PZ123 Mayon Castle and crew in Newlyn.

DUPLICATE. SEE FISH8.004.

FISH 8.007.tif
Tucking a pilchard seine was when an exceptionally large catch was netted. The "tucker" was a smaller net used to keep the bulk of the catch in the main net (centre of picture) whilst the main catch was carted away. In this case a week's work by all…

FISH 8.006.tif
Lowestoft boats moored at Newlyn in the 1930s. Steam drifters, they could be seen from Cornwall's southern cliffs as a long string of sparkling lights on the horizon when they fished the pilchard harvest from late August into October.

SHIP 8.067.tif
Clipper bow steam yacht and other boats in Penzance. In First World War, it became HMS Argon in 1917.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Argus_(1904)

See PREVREF 1519

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ARTS 8.013.tif
Photo reproduction of a painting of the steam and sail yacht Lillie Western.

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FISH 4.002.tif
A mackerel driver (PZ 2575) of Mousehole.

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SHIP 4.029.tif
Clipper bow steam yacht and other boats in Penzance

This print is laterally reversed. See 1532

FISH 8.005.tif
Small fishing boats in the harbour at Plymouth, with young boy fishing off pier.

SHIP 8.049.tif
Pleasure boats on the beach at Newquay, Cornwall.

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SHIP 8.044.tif
A steam yacht and boats at low tide at St Mary's, Scilly.
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