One of easier comments in the previous post related to the Ramsgate Sailing Trawler just visible in the photo illustrating the post.
I will do my best with the description of this photo, which is a better picture of a Ramsgate Sailing Trawler.
She is ketch rigged and has, from left to right, Foresail, Mainsail, Main topsail, and Mizzen sail set. The Bowsprit has not been run out to carry the Jib sail.
Smoke coming from the funnel amidships is from the steam winch they used for warping, hoisting sail and hoisting the trawl. The boat had no engine to drive it along.
The trawl can be seen over the Port Quarter.
She is trailing her tender, this would be used to transfer her catch to the carrier these were usually cutter rigged smacks, very fast but not so powerful in trawling as the ketch rig.
On the extreme left of the photo can be seen a crane with a basket slung on it, these were set on both piers to rescue crews of vessels that may have been driven against the piers.
On the extreme right can be seen the winding wheel of the “Bucket Dredger” “Hope”.
Around 1900 Ramsgate had a fleet of around 200 of these trawlers. I would guess that this photo dates from between 1901 when the Hope arrived and 1914 when WW1 stopped most trawling activity, after the war steam trawlers were mostly used.