We return with a nautical theme for this "Dip".
|A sea scene painted by Miles Edmond Cotman, Two wherries are sailing out from Yarmouth Harbour to help a third wherry already unloading a Baltic Brig.|
|The trading wherry Bell heading out to sea, sailing close to the wind along side a Lowestoft fishing drifter.|
|August 11th 1973, Albion sails close to the Lynn Light Vessel, soon after this she was put on tow back to Kings Lynn for a safe mooring.|
|Admiring Albion at sea August 8th 1951. (On Albion's foredeck is Henry Hewitt, the mate).|
|Albion enters Lowestoft Harbour on August 8th 1951 after her sea trip from Yarmouth with Jack Cates the skipper. (Clark Photo Archive)|
|Wherries racing at sea with foresails, painted by J Moore. These foresails were often borrowed from fishing vessels.|
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