Ullapool, Wester Ross

John Peat Munn
Production date
Jun 1945
Text on negative envelope reads 'Ullapool. Landing. Pier at Ullapool, morning'. View of a Lerwick registered drifter 'Oden' (LK404) and another fishing boat at the pier. The crew of Oden are resting on the deck. The nets have been hung up to dry. The vessel has no electronic gear. There are fishboxes stacked on the pier.
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Jun 1945
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The herring shoals migrated round Scotland from the west coast to the east and the shoals were followed by the fishing boat fleet. Ullapool is a planned village established by the British Fisheries Society in the late 18th century. Most of the boats using Ullapool came from the North-East using the Caledonian Canal. The pier has since been greatly extended and strengthened.
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