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Download Lost Trawlers of Hull: Nine Hundred Losses Between 1835-1987 ePub
  • ISBN 0907033776
  • ISBN13 978-0907033776
  • Language English
  • Author Alec Gill
  • Publisher Hutton Press Ltd (March 1989)
  • Pages 144
  • Formats docx mobi doc txt
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Transportation
  • Size ePub 1153 kb
  • Size Fb2 1962 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 892


It covers the losses from 1835-1987 (basically the whole lifespan of Hull's fishing industry), it is an excellent resource for anyone studying trawler losses, family history or just curiosity.

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Start by marking Lost Trawlers of Hull 1835-1987 as Want to Read . This book is a unique record of 900 Hull trawler losses between 1835 and 1987, illustrated with over 80 photographs, some in colour, of trawlers, crewmen and families involved with the losses.

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Superstitions: Folk Magic in Hull's Fishing Community. ISBN 9781872167565 (978-1-872167-56-5) Softcover, Hutton Press Ltd, 1993. Coauthors & Alternates.

Between 1835 & 1987 nine hundred Trawlers from Hull were lost, resulting in the loss of over 6000 men, Each fish represents one of those 900 Trawlers lost to the sea and the souls that went down with them,This fine tribute display was on show at Hull Minster, Done. Uploaded on August 30, 2017.

The Hull triple trawler tragedy was the sinking of three trawlers from the British fishing port of Kingston upon Hull during January and February 1968. A total of 58 crew members died, with just one survivor

The Hull triple trawler tragedy was the sinking of three trawlers from the British fishing port of Kingston upon Hull during January and February 1968. A total of 58 crew members died, with just one survivor. The three sinkings brought widespread national publicity to the conditions in which fishermen worked, and triggered an official inquiry which led to major changes to employment and working practices within the British fishing industry.

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A hull loss is an aviation accident that damages the aircraft beyond economical repair, resulting in a total loss. Hull losses per 100,000 flight departures" has been a long-used statistical criterion. From 1959 to 2006, throughout almost the entire jet aircraft era, 384 of 835 hull losses, or 46%, were nonfatal