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Coble Boat Builder
REES, David Morgan
Coble Boat Builder
1970's
Yorkshire
 
Caption
The coble used to be the mainstay of the inshore fishing industry off Yorkshire's north-east coast. A coble is built from experience, from knowing exactly what the fisherman wants. There is no such thing as a set of plans. A coble is clinker-built. This means the external planks overlap each other and are fastened together with clinched copper nails.
Display Creator
REES, David Morgan
Creation Date
1970's
Location
Yorkshire
Coble Boat Builder
REES, David Morgan
Coble Boat Builder
1970's
Yorkshire
 
Caption
Billy Clarkson of Whitby looking at the shape and form of a coble during construction. The boat's design makes for maximum seaworthiness.
Display Creator
REES, David Morgan
Creation Date
1970's
Location
Yorkshire
Ship's figure-head carver
REES, David Morgan
Ship's figure-head carv...
1970's
Yorkshire
 
Caption
Trevor Ellis carved and painted a series of ship's figureheads from pine in the small Coverdale village of Horsehouses. He supplied these to yaht clubs throughout Britain.
Display Creator
REES, David Morgan
Creation Date
1970's
Location
Yorkshire
Ship's figure-head carver
REES, David Morgan
Ship's figure-head carv...
1970's
Yorkshire
 
Caption
Figure heads have been in use on ships since pre-Christian times. Here Trevor Ellis shapes a new figurehead.
Display Creator
REES, David Morgan
Creation Date
1970's
Location
Yorkshire
Village Builder
REES, David Morgan
Village Builder
1970's
Yorkshire
 
Caption
Yorkshire dales villages have a solidarity and visual unity which has been dictated by the materials available locally. Stone masons were content to repeat their simple methods in traditional materials because they knew they were good and proof against the savagery of the Northern elements. Bob Guy of the Reeth builders, Blenkiron & Co. using a slater's hammer to cut a stone roof slate to size.
Display Creator
REES, David Morgan
Creation Date
1970's
Location
Yorkshire
Village Builder
REES, David Morgan
Village Builder
1970's
Yorkshire
 
Caption
The old method of fixing roof slates was with wood pegs. Today alloy nails are used.
Display Creator
REES, David Morgan
Creation Date
1970's
Location
Yorkshire
Thatcher
REES, David Morgan
Thatcher
1970's
Yorkshire
 
Caption
Before stone or slate or tile, thatch was the universal roof covering throughout Yorkshire. Sometimes on an old cottage you may see the ghostly traces of the former type of roof. The pitch of a thatched roof has to be much steeper to allow the rain to flow off quickly. A 'spit' of hazel secures the 'yealmes' of straw and iron bodkins stitch the straw to the frame of the roof with twine.
Display Creator
REES, David Morgan
Creation Date
1970's
Location
Yorkshire
Thatcher
REES, David Morgan
Thatcher
1970's
Yorkshire
 
Caption
Seth Eccles of Helmsley working with thatch in the traditional way.
Display Creator
REES, David Morgan
Creation Date
1970's
Location
Yorkshire
Thatcher
REES, David Morgan
Thatcher
1970's
Yorkshire