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Newlyn Fish Market - boats due to land.

Friday, 29 April 2016

How many varieties of fish can you name on Newlyn's #FishyFriday market?


Busy landings board this morning including the white fish from the Scottish prawn trawler, Shekinah...



and, despite the years, a little magic on a busy market this morning - a huge range of fish species is landed on Newlyn market almost every day - but can you name them all?...



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forty oops, no that is young Roger an oasis of calm amongst the chaos...



down the quay the William is that much closer to the completion of her major refit...



while it looks like there is an hour or two's work for the trawler crew...



the tidy deck of the beam trawler, Louisa N...



the graceful lines of the Spirited Lady,..



visiting lifeboat...



by raising the net drums off the deck on a gantry stern trawlers have a big deck area in the stern to handle the fish when it comes aboard and to spread out the net when it needs mending...



two of the port's biggest boats wait to go to sea...



a cozy wheelhouse on the punt makes working in this cold wind weather a little more pleasant...



and if it gets too cold, head for the cafe bar at the Newlyn Filmhouse...



over in Penzance the Scilly's supply boat Gry Maritha is loading good for the only national supermarket on St Marys


good to see The Barn in Chapel Street, Penzance...



and Blacks of Chapel Street serving a good selection of local fish...




while the Penzance Exchange Gallery hosts yet another sea-related show, John Akomfrah's Vertigo Sea...