WORLD WAR I | Poldhu, Cornwall: Marconi's Wireless Station 'where the news of the declaration of Britain joining the Great War was first received on 4 August 1914.'     ✫ღ⊰n

WORLD WAR I | Poldhu, Cornwall: Marconi's Wireless Station 'where the news of the declaration of Britain joining the Great War was first received on 4 August 1914.' ✫ღ⊰n

Prussia Cove, Cornwall (1927): 'In the 18th century it was popular with smugglers given its sheltered location and the secluded caves that can be seen in this photograph.' @ The National Maritime MuseumSmuggler Caves!

Prussia Cove, Cornwall (1927): 'In the 18th century it was popular with smugglers given its sheltered location and the secluded caves that can be seen in this photograph.' @ The National Maritime MuseumSmuggler Caves!

The Iron-Age village at Chysauster, in Cornwall, illustrates a typical pre-Roman farmstead.

The Iron-Age village at Chysauster, in Cornwall, illustrates a typical pre-Roman farmstead.

A photograph of a group of women and two men on an excursion of some kind. Granite rocks lie behind them in an unknown location. - Collections - Penlee House Gallery and Museum Penzance Cornwall UK

A photograph of a group of women and two men on an excursion of some kind. Granite rocks lie behind them in an unknown location. - Collections - Penlee House Gallery and Museum Penzance Cornwall UK

RNAS Culdrose, Helston, Cornwall, England

RNAS Culdrose, Helston, Cornwall, England

HMS CORNWALL | 'The former HMS Cornwall being towed into a dock at Swansea ahead of being scrapped.' (pic. Roy Wilmot of Swansea)     ✫ღ⊰n

HMS CORNWALL | 'The former HMS Cornwall being towed into a dock at Swansea ahead of being scrapped.' (pic. Roy Wilmot of Swansea) ✫ღ⊰n

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