Product images of The Lowestoft trawler 'LT356'
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The Lowestoft trawler 'LT356'
A highly detailed ship's portrait of a Lowestoft trawler, 'LT356'. She is shown broadside-on and is towing a small ship's boat from the stern. Her markings are clearly visible on her distinctive red sails. The fishermen can be seen hanging over the side as they attend to their large trawling nets. This type of trawler evolved from the earlier Brixham trawlers and fishing was Lowestoft's main industry. The local catch was primarily cod, plaice, skate and haddock.
- Image reference: BHC1277
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London