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Trawler Collection

A resplendent fishing trawler and its dedicated crew set sail from Ilfracombe Harbour at dawn, their sights set on the bountiful waters of Scotland

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Trawler Collection: Fishing trawler and crew, Resplendent, Scotland
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Trawler Collection: Ilfracombe Harbour at Dawn
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Trawler Collection: England / St. Ives
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Trawler Collection: Boats and waterfront
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Trawler Collection: The Boyd Line Fleet sidewinder trawler Arctic Explorer seen here leaving the St Andrews
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Trawler Collection: Stern trawler Conqueror on rocks at Mousehole, Cornwall
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Trawler Collection: WW1 - The King Stephen fishing boat and Zeppelin L19, 1916
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Trawler Collection: Herring Gulls Larus argentatus around fishing trawler off the northern tip of Arctic
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Trawler Collection: The Somerset Maughan seen here returning St Andrews Dock
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Trawler Collection: Trawler, Bridlington harbour entrance - 1
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Trawler Collection: Brixham fishing trawler, Provident, at sea
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Trawler Collection: WW1 - U-14 rammed by British steam trawler, the Oceanic II
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Trawler Collection: Blue and white fishing trawler, side view
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Trawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler -- fisherman at work on deck. Date: 1960s
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Trawler Collection: Life on a North Sea trawler
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Trawler Collection: Lowestoft, Suffolk - Sailing trawlers towed to Sea
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Trawler Collection: Trawler Boat. The beach at Dungeness looks like a dumping ground
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Trawler Collection: Launch - Cromer Lifeboat
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Trawler Collection: Icelandic Trawler
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Trawler Collection: Fishing boats - Newlyn Harbour - Cornwall - UK
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Trawler Collection: Great Britain, England, Suffolk, Lowestoft, fishing trawlers at quays
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Trawler Collection: Fishing trawler lying in the habour of Olavsvik, Western Iceland, Polar Regions
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Trawler Collection: Trawler and fishing nets in Toftir harbour, Toftir, Eysturoy, Faroe Islands (Faroes)
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Trawler Collection: Creel boat. Eilean Ban shooting creels to catch lobster, crab etc. Hebrides, Scotland
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Trawler Collection: Aerial view of people trading with fruits and vegetables on boats along the river in Brahmanbaria
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Trawler Collection: St Andrews Steam Fishing Co Ltd trawler seen here tied up at St Andrews Dock, Hull
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Trawler Collection: Thomas Hamling & Co Ltd trawler St Dominic seen here tied up in St Andrews Dock
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Trawler Collection: Brixham Harbour, Devon, c1930s
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Trawler Collection: The Port of Saint-Tropez, 1901-1902. Artist: Signac, Paul (1863-1935)
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Trawler Collection: The Port of Rotterdam, 1907. Artist: Signac, Paul (1863-1935)
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Trawler Collection: The shipwreck in the Atlantic ocean on Skeleton Coast near Swakopmund in Namibia, Africa
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Trawler Collection: This picture shows: H. M.s Tango (Admiralty type trawler) during World War II
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Trawler Collection: Scenes aboard Hull fishing trawler 'Ross Orion'
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Trawler Collection: The crew of the Hull based stern trawler Kirkella seen here repainting the ships name
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Trawler Collection: Newington Trawlers Ltd sidewinder trawler Warwick Deeping (H151
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Trawler Collection: Crew members of the Hull trawler Lord Nelson show off their Christmas turkeys as they
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Trawler Collection: Charleson-Smith Trawlers Ltd trawler Stella Carina seen here leaving St Andrews Dock
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Trawler Collection: Firth Steam Trawling Co Ltd sidewinding trawler St Zeno seen here lying against Princess
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Trawler Collection: Trawler, The Lord Mountevans seen here leaving Hull for the northern fishing grounds
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Trawler Collection: The Boyd Line Fleet sidewinder trawler Arctic Invader seen here leaving the St Andrews
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Trawler Collection: The crew and owners of the trawler Cs Forester look over the boat shortly after she is
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Trawler Collection: The trawler Cs Forester returning to St Andrews Dock after a day of sea trials in
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Trawler Collection: The fishing vessel William McCann seen here mooring in a deserted Humber Dock Marina
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Trawler Collection: The sidewinder trawler Ross Altair (H 279) seen here in a Humberside breakers yard
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Trawler Collection: Northern Fishing Co Ltd sidewinder trawler Brutus seen here departing Sy Andrews Dock
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Trawler Collection: The new trawler St Leger seen here being launched into the River Humber 20th July 1978
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Trawler Collection: The Hellyer Brothers latest trawler Orsino see here leaving Hull for the Icelandic
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Trawler Collection: The trawler Orsino see here at Hull being modified as the Board of Trade Mother Ship for


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A resplendent fishing trawler and its dedicated crew set sail from Ilfracombe Harbour at dawn, their sights set on the bountiful waters of Scotland. As they navigate through the choppy waves, their journey takes them to the picturesque town of St. Ives in England, where boats line the waterfront like a vibrant painting come to life. Further along the coast, nestled in the little harbor at Coverack on Cornwall's Lizard Peninsula, another trawler awaits its next adventure. Meanwhile, tragedy strikes as the stern trawler Conqueror finds itself stranded on rocks at Mousehole in Cornwall. Traveling back in time to World War I, we witness an extraordinary encounter between The King Stephen fishing boat and Zeppelin L19. In a different part of the world altogether, herring gulls flock around a fishing trawler off the northern tip of Arctic - nature's companionship amidst man's pursuit for sustenance. Returning closer to home, we find ourselves at Bridlington harbour entrance where a sturdy trawler patiently waits for its return voyage. And out at sea lies Brixham fishing trawler Provident; her sails billowing against an endless horizon. In yet another WWI tale filled with bravery and sacrifice, U-14 meets its fate when rammed by British steam trawler Oceanic II - a testament to humanity's resilience even amidst conflict. Finally, our gaze falls upon a magnificent blue and white fishing trawler seen from its side view - an emblematic symbol of hard work and perseverance that defines this timeless industry. From Scotland to England's coasts and beyond; whether facing peril or reaping rewards; these glimpses into the world of trawlers remind us of both nature's beauty and mankind’s indomitable spirit on this ever-changing maritime stage.