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Topfoto has a couple of giant size images of the herring fishermen hanging up in the office - highly decorative and inspirational at the same time, with the subtext being "fish where the fish are"!  Office interior design has never been more fun or more productive.

Choose from 29 pictures in our Fish where the fish are collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Saltburn by the Sea is a seaside resort with a dark , deep maritime past that still Featured Fish where the fish are Print

Saltburn by the Sea is a seaside resort with a dark , deep maritime past that still

Saltburn by the Sea is a seaside resort with a dark, deep maritime past that still permeates the air . Formerly an upmarket resort for Victorians, this small town can be found on the North East coast, just south of its larger neighbour, Redcar. Saltburn is still a relaxed resort, with a charm and character thata??s distinctly Victorian

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The North Sea Patrol. Minesweepers of the Royal Navy, free from the hazardous war service Featured Fish where the fish are Print

The North Sea Patrol. Minesweepers of the Royal Navy, free from the hazardous war service

The North Sea Patrol.
Minesweepers of the Royal Navy, free from the hazardous war service, now play a vital role in protecting the rights of the North Sea fishermen. In the new spheres, they are the 'policeman' of the fishing grounds, ensuring the vessels from foreign ports do not take their catches from areas allocated to the British trawler fleets, and our austerity larder benefits greatly from their ceaseless vigilance. Recent Arctic weather, bringing ice floes down to the fishing grounds, has made the Navy men increase their effort. Restricted shipping gives the 'pirate' fishermen and a chance to work unobserved, and the minesweeper patrollers even more alert intercept and turn back any such attempt to 'poach' arrival captured the British fishermen.
Photo shows, a ships lifeboat is due to take blue jackets aboard a suspected 'pirate' vessel. Here, aboard the minesweeper HMS Mariner, the boat's crew prepared to lower away.
3 March 1947 Fish where the fish are

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