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Fishing Boat Unloading at Exmouth Dock
England

Exmouth Dock still receives commercial catches and here the Emily J (an Exeter registered fishing boat) starts to unload its fish to the quayside.

Behind the dock entrance is the final phase of the residential housing, due to be completed later in 2009.

Copyright: Tom hurley
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 19/04/2009
Updated: 17/02/2012
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Tags: exmouth; devon; fishing; boat; dock; beach; rocks; tide; estuary; dawlish; dawlish warren; exe; river; sea; ocean; sand; water; catch; unload. exeter; emily j; emily
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