British Coracles Part II

By James Hornell, published August 1936


The article continues the description of the construction and use of coracles in Britain that could be found “until a few decades ago”. It covers the regions of the Ure, the Wye, the Severn, North Wales, the Upper and Lower Dee and Scotland. Dimensions and construction drafts are included as well as pictures of examples still extant.

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Filed under: Atlantic | Irish Sea | Other (Nineteenth C) | Internal Waterways
Subjects include: Shipbuilding & Design

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