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Połów sercówek w latach 50-tych w Wielkiej Brytanii (22)

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UK: A donkey and a cockle picker make their way up a stony path away from the beach. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A lovely day for a donkey ride but there's work to be done. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Three young boys get stuck in. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Passing on tips and techniques through the generations. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Two stubboen donkeys require a helping hand to motivate them across the sand. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Although not difficult to spot, picking a cockle takes a degree of flexibility. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: There are numerous cockle picking sites across the UK, with the practice of cockle picking banned in some areas due to overfishing. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A cockle woman rising a donkey balancing a cockle sieve on her head. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A sackful of the seawater snack. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Handtools were occasionally used to remove cockles from the wet sand. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A cockle woman gamely assisted by a young helper. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Two women stoop low to remove the cockles. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Piles of cockles. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Returning home after a day at the seaside. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A cockle picker uses a handtool to extract the bivalve molluscs. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: The donkeys take a break as the cockle picker continues their work in the background. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Cockles can usually be found in the tidal range of the shore. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A cockle woman rising sidesaddle whilst balancing a seive and accompanied by a young man. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: Donkeys were used to carry the cockle pickers and their haul. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A weel earned break, two boys drink from a glass bottle. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A cockle woman happy in her work. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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UK: A woman washes her cockles in the seawater. INCREDIBLE images from nearly 70 years ago celebrate a traditional British pastime and recall the days where you could enjoy a jar of cockles on your way home from the pub. A series of stunning images include a hard-working woman stooping low to pick up masses of delicious cockles from a sunlit shoreline, and a pile of her hard-earned spoils. Joined by two young carefree boys, the captivating images show cockle pickers sifting through the sand with their cockle sieve or bare hands, and a pair of mischievous donkeys being cajoled into carrying sacks of the seawater snack. The images, taken in 1950, prove that Britain has been enjoying cockles - whether seasoned with salt and pepper or pickled in a jar - since time immemorial. Until relatively recently, it was not uncommon to see a cockle seller offering their wares in a basket as they walked from pub to pub, a tradition which has now all but disappeared. Mediadrumimages / Topfoto / Retronaut
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