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Ben Gulvain

Historic Photographs
David Oswald
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In January 1976 the trawler Ben Gulvain was battered by heavy seas and gale force winds as it lay stranded to the north of the Don Mouth. Despite the fierce conditions, when back on dry land, the skipper of the boat said "I never had any fear of capsize." All 17 crew members were safely rescued by helicopter.
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