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Images of Arbroath smokies and their manufacture and marketing
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 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
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 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie3PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie4PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie5PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie6PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie7PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie8PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus
20040302smokie9PR 
 Smokies hanging up at M&N Spink fish merchants; Arbroath Harbour...pic Paul Reid

The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2004, Smokies, smokie, fish, haddock, food, coast, Arbroath, delicacy, tradition, traditional, protected, harbour, sea, Angus

GV General Views > Marine and Coastal (7 files)

Images at sea and on the coastal fringe including harbours. Fishing images are under industry
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 Peterhead Bay Harbour is a deep water natural inlet protected from the sea by two breakwaters. Within the sheltered harbour there is approximately 2.1km of alongside berthing, with minimum water depths of up to 14 meters at low tide. The port developed round the North Sea oil and gas industry.
The Harbours of Peterhead have traditionally serviced the fishing and bulk cargo sectors. Peterhead is the UK's leading white-fish port and one of the largest in Europe providing a full range of modern facilities to meet the complete needs of the industry Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: peterhead, harbour, oil, offshore, industry, fishing
8612786 
 Peterhead Bay Harbour is a deep water natural inlet protected from the sea by two breakwaters. Within the sheltered harbour there is approximately 2.1km of alongside berthing, with minimum water depths of up to 14 meters at low tide. The port developed round the North Sea oil and gas industry.
The Harbours of Peterhead have traditionally serviced the fishing and bulk cargo sectors. Peterhead is the UK's leading white-fish port and one of the largest in Europe providing a full range of modern facilities to meet the complete needs of the industry Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: peterhead, harbour, oil, offshore, industry, fishing, yacht
8648272 
 A fishing boat returns to Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland, against a backdrop of the Bass Rock.

The Bass Rock, more correctly simply The Bass, is an island in the outer part of the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland, approximately one mile off North Berwick.

The island is a volcanic plug and stands over 100 m high in the Firth of Forth Islands Special Protection Area which covers some, but not all of the islands in the inner and outer Firth. The Bass Rock is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in its own right, due to its Gannet colony
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 Keywords: fishing, boat, trawler, bass, rock, pittenweam, fife, east, lothian, firth, gannet
9388547 
 Pennan Inn, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Formerly a fishing village, Pennan became famous in the 1980s for being used as one of the main locations for the film Local Hero, and representing the fictional village of Ferness. Film enthusiasts have come from all over the world to make a phone call in the red telephone box which featured in the film. The phone box was in fact originally put there only as a prop for the film, and then removed, but as a result of public demand a genuine telephone box was installed close to the same spot, and is now a protected monument
 Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: Scotland
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 Pennan Harbour, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Formerly a fishing village, Pennan became famous in the 1980s for being used as one of the main locations for the film Local Hero, and representing the fictional village of Ferness. Film enthusiasts have come from all over the world to make a phone call in the red telephone box which featured in the film. The phone box was in fact originally put there only as a prop for the film, and then removed, but as a result of public demand a genuine telephone box was installed close to the same spot, and is now a protected monument 
 Keywords: Scotland
9389077 
 Pennan Inn, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Formerly a fishing village, Pennan became famous in the 1980s for being used as one of the main locations for the film Local Hero, and representing the fictional village of Ferness. Film enthusiasts have come from all over the world to make a phone call in the red telephone box which featured in the film. The phone box was in fact originally put there only as a prop for the film, and then removed, but as a result of public demand a genuine telephone box was installed close to the same spot, and is now a protected monument
 Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: Scotland
9389078 
 Pennan Inn, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Formerly a fishing village, Pennan became famous in the 1980s for being used as one of the main locations for the film Local Hero, and representing the fictional village of Ferness. Film enthusiasts have come from all over the world to make a phone call in the red telephone box which featured in the film. The phone box was in fact originally put there only as a prop for the film, and then removed, but as a result of public demand a genuine telephone box was installed close to the same spot, and is now a protected monument
 Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: Scotland

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