Trawling

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The following is a summary of the arguments of Professor Callum Roberts by Mark Vasey. Pre 1050 many people ate freshwater fish from our clean flowing well stocked rivers and ponds. Christian religions often prohibited eating fleshy meat becau...

From the book North Sea fishers and Fighters - by Walter Wood 1911 The beam trawl was an apparatus consisting of nine distinct parts. These were the beam, the trawl heads, the ground rope, the bosom, the cod or purse, the draw rope, the runnin...

FISHERMEN'S HAVEN - SHELTER TO BE ERECTED ON COAST OF ICELAND A fund of about £1000 is being raised at Hull for the erection of a fishermen's shelter on the South Coats of Iceland. Every winter a number of trawlers are wrecked on...

In late September and October,1883 Scarboroughs fishing community was talking about a new Act of Parliament concerning the fishing industry. Yet more regulations had been put down and the fishermen complained of more bureaucracy. Fines were to be...

This list of Steam trawlers is taken from the Cyril Prescott volumes in Scarborough Librarys History room. Its not a complete list. - Pre 1914 * - 1918-1940 # - 1945-1963 % G Alderson Smith (*) - Dalhousie - Otter - Seal Frank Crimli...

Trawlers and the fishing industry This page features articles on this website which mention trawlers. Gallery - Trawlers Trawlers Gallery The Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre has a collection of over 50,000 photographs of boats &...

From the book "Filey - a Yorkshire fishing town" by Irene E Allen and Andrew A Todd THE FISHING HAS BEEN SPOILED BY THE TRAWLING Most modern fishing is based on the trawling principle, which dates from the 1830's. Prior to tha...

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