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FISHERMEN DUNGENESS 1960S KENT

Dungeness, Kent. 1969<br />
Fisherman Charlie Tart working on some light repairs to this boat. The Tart family along with the Olier’s are the two most prominent fishing family in Dungeness, they have been living and fishing off the flint shingle beach since the early 20th century<br />
The late Charlie Tart, with colleague in boat  Caption thanks to Mike Golding
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BRITISH SOCIETY 1970S AND 1980S UK THE WAY WE WERE.
Dungeness, Kent. 1969
Fisherman Charlie Tart working on some light repairs to this boat. The Tart family along with the Olier’s are the two most prominent fishing family in Dungeness, they have been living and fishing off the flint shingle beach since the early 20th century
The late Charlie Tart, with colleague in boat Caption thanks to Mike Golding

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Date: 31 Jul 2006
Location: Dungeness Kent UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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