So here they are:
These baskets are full of crabs from the North Landing. This photo was probably taken about the early 1940's.
This photo shows the gathering of sea birds' eggs, which was outlawed in 1953. The fishermen went over the cliffs (about 3-400 ft. high) gathering the eggs. It was dangerous to say the least, but the eggs were very popular and for the fishermen just another way of keeping food on the table when fishing was bad. The fishermen really believed that the gulls were like chickens and would just keep on laying eggs ready for collecting. I read this fact in one of my many books on the history of Flamborough. It was a direct quote from one of the old fishermen. This photo was also taken around the 1940's.
I have another photo somewhere of the baskets full of fish. I used it as a basis for a painting I did and now I can't find it. I'm sure it's not very far away.