Sep

23

2014

ACCIDENT FISHERMEN – Melancholy Coble Accident Loss of Lives Redcar

Lol Hansom

Accidents, Fishermen

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Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 07/07/1876 MELANCHOLY COBLE ACCIDENT OFF REDCAR LOSS OF FOUR LIVES It is our painful duty to have this week to chronicle one of the most distressing occurrences which as ever taken place at Redcar, viz., the capsising of a sailing ccoble, and the...

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Sep

5

2014

FISHERMEN – The Great Ocean Coble Race Redcar and Staithes

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Fishermen

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Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 10/10/1873 THE OCEAN COBLE RACE AT REDCAR              This match was arranged on the 24th of the last month, between William Thompson, of Whitby, the backer of the Staithes fishermen, and William Picknett and John Wynn, of Redcar the...

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Sep

15

2013

COBLE RACE – Staithes and Redcar

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Boats & Ships, Fishermen

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Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 06/02/1874.  OCEAN COBLE RACE              On Saturday last (31/01), a coble race, for three valuable silver cups, took place off Staithes. The races excited a great amount of interest, the Staithes men being the favourites. The...

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Jul

31

2011

FISHERMEN – Off in Fog – Rescue

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Fishermen

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 13/12/1878. REDCAR FISHERMEN OFF IN A FOG      On Tuesday, the north east coast was enveloped in a dense fog, which came on very suddenly between nine and ten a.m., and continued through the day. During the forenoon it was so thick it was...

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Jul

30

2011

INCIDENT – Redcar Three Redcar Fishermen, Narrow Escape

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Fishermen

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Accreditation The Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 16/03/1877 NARROW ESCAPE OF THREE REDCAR FISHERMEN       On Monday morning, during a violent south westerly gale, a Redcar fisherman named Dobson and his two sons had a very narrow escape from drowning. They were out pursuing their avocation...

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Jul

29

2011

Accreditation The Redcar & Saltburn News. 22/01/1874 A FISHING COBLE RUN DOWN AT THE TEES      Early on Thursday morning, 21st inst, the steam tug “Patriot,” owned by Messrs Duncan, of Stockton, was entering the Tees, and passing the entrance buoys, the steamer came into collision with, and...

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Jul

16

2011

FISHERMEN – Nuisance caused by

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Fishermen

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Accreditation The Redcar & Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette. 08/07/1870 NUISANCE CAUSED BY FISHERMEN      On the Redcar Board meeting a discussion followed as to the placing of the cobles on the Promenade, and Dr. Bennett complained of the nuisance caused below the Royal Hotel by refuse fish – Mr...

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Jun

10

2010

FISHING – Incident Scarborough Coble Ran on Rocks

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Fishermen

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 11/07/1936 Redcar Mentioned In “Lifeboat” When Scarboro’ Coble Ran On Rocks    Although it is stated that owing to the very large number of services early in the year, many accounts are left over to a later issue, Redcar receives a brief mention in...

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Apr

12

2010

Review of Fishing In Redcar (1935) Lobsters Fetch High Prices    Fishing during 1935 has been on the whole more successful than 1934. The seas have not been as rough and boats have been able to get well out and make catches before nightfall. The anglers on the Pier are perhaps the most fortunate as...

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Mar

19

2010

FOYING

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Fishermen

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01/06/2010 Foying Boat and gangway shown on Redcar Beach Long gone now are fishermen foying for a living. During the summer months and holiday season, many a fisherman could be seen with his fishing boat plying for hire along the waterline with his boat alongside a wooden gangway. The above is a perfect...

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