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Recording Morecambe Bay
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'A well earned rest, Sunderland Point'
"Girl Helen" LR 123, the first new boat built for Morecambe since 1935
"Linda" LR 24, was built by Crossfields of Arnside
"Linda" on the inside moorings to the north of Central Pier, Morecambe
"Linda" sailing down the Ring Hole
"Linda", on inside moorings for a paint up
"Speedwell" LR 29, hauling her fish trawl in Ulverston Channel
"Star of Hope" LR 39, on her moorings at Green Street, Morecambe
3D image of full pillbox at Barrow waterfront
3D image of partial pillbox at Barrow waterfront, side view
A Bay pleasure boat with five aboard among the moorings at Morecambe
A certificate of service issued by the RNLI to Mark Baxter
A chart showing the positions of the mussel beds or skears at Morecambe
A citation enrolling Samuel Baxter as Member of the British Empire, issued by the Court of St. James, London.
A civic party meeting with Morecambe fishermen
A fisherman with his dog repairing nets on the promenade railings, Morecambe
A fishing boat aground at her moorings at low tide
A glass fishing float seen at the house of Hilda Burrow, one of the oral history interviewees.
A moored pleasure boat moored in Morecambe Bay
A Morecambe Bay fisherman on his boat
A Morecambe Bay fishing boat at sea with her mainsail set
A Morecambe Bay fishing boat lying at her moorings
A Morecambe Bay fishing boat on her side.
A Morecambe fisherman tending to his boat and catch
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