The first morning going to down the beach at Overstrand, England, there were two old tractors sitting about halfway to the water with empty trailers behind them. It was only later in the day, when the tide was higher, that I figured out these were the driving end of "portable docks" for local fisherman who would just back their boats down to the water on the trailer and launch into the water. When they were done, they'd do the same in reverse and drive off the beach before the tide rose. The tractors themselves had sort of a Frankenstein's monster look to them, weathered through years of use, but apparently keep chugging along for their short, but vital, daily trips.
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