Brigham scow between Rotsea and Emmotland on a juntion of the river Hull 06.08.2018

2 thoughts on “Brigham scow between Rotsea and Emmotland on a juntion of the river Hull 06.08.2018

  1. Two of the last remaining Brigham Scows, there are only about six or seven left.
    Blue sail is MAGIC built by Howard Goodrick in early 1970s and restored a few years ago. White sail is JARIC built in early 1980s.
    Both seen out regularly during summer months.
    The first Brigham Scow was RIP built in 1935. The design evolved further in the 1950s and 1960s. Latterly there were several built around 1970s to a similar design based on DOLPHIN designed by Billy Turner, a founder club member.
    JARIC is rather different and based on a much earlier American “Lark” Scow which originated in the late 19th century.

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