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Harriet comes home to Fleetwood museum, she is the only surviving example of the sailing smacks that fished from Fleetwood
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Shot on a recent trip North to Fleetwood, note the side mounted propeller shaft. Completed in 1893 by Singleton Brothers, Fleetwood for Henry Leadbetter, 44 Kent St, Fleetwood as HARRIET.FD111
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