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  1. Painting by my late Uncle Arthur Dean of Zulu class fishing boats off the Berwickshire coast, likely close to Eyemouth Harbour painted around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. I have a lot more of his work, mainly of the fishing fleet around that area and seascapes of the coast.
  2. The Ship Inn - now called the Harbour café, famous locally for the fact that Burke and Hare used the cellar to store bodies in before shipping them off to Edinburgh. The Temperance - now called the Mackay's, when they prohibited alcohol in the late 1800 early 1900s in Wick because of all the drunken seamen in the town, the hotel was called that, and on a wet day the old name stands out on the building.
  3. Yes! USS Bonhomme Richard, a ship that was given to a relative of mine, even though he managed to lose her in battle
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