LOTHIAN QUEEN is a fishing vessel of timber construction, larch on oak frames with a Ford Lehman diesel engine. She was built by Weatherheads of Cockenzie in 1936. The vessel had a full career in commercial fishing until 1985. She fished in the North Sea herring industry and has also fished the West Coast based at Douglas, Isle of Man. During World War II she was requisitioned for service but details are not known. She has historical significance as part of the North Sea herring industry towards the end of its classic years. Her profile is as it was in the 1930s.
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