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TREGARGUS MILL (1905) | St Stephen-in-Brannel, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

TREGARGUS MILL (1905) | St Stephen-in-Brannel, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

BRIDGE | Saltash, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

BRIDGE | Saltash, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

A photograph of Branwell's Corner in Penzance; the original Grocers shop here from 1829 was 'RM Branwell and Sons', belonging to JR Branwell's father, Robert Matthews Branwell. It is now known as Greenmarket, where Tregenza grocers is based. Others identifiable shops include 'Polsue &..' to the right, 'N.J Hall Genuine tea and grocery warehouse' in front, 'A.S ?? Maker' to the left and 'Fry & Sons Pure Cocoa' to the far left. Three horse and carriages are on the road, two of then in motion…

Museum and gallery providing information on collections of archaeology, costume and textiles, decorative arts, photography, social and local history.

St Blazey Station, which closed in the 1930's.

St Blazey Station, which closed in the

Wheal Peevor copper mine near to Redruth and Portreath in Cornwall

Wheal Peevor copper mine near to Redruth and Portreath in Cornwall

TRURO CATHEDRAL (May 1883) | Cornwall: Interior, under construction ✫ღ⊰n

TRURO CATHEDRAL (May 1883) | Cornwall: Interior, under construction ✫ღ⊰n

St. Ives, Cornwall - A view looking down Barnoon Hill toward the town. The entrance to Ayr Lane can be seen on the right. Barbara Hepworth's studio former home now occupies the house on the corner. The building behind the steps on the left later became the site of a cinema (Palais de Danse) and then was subsequently used as a studio by Barbara Hepworth in the 1960's.

St. Ives, Cornwall - A view looking down Barnoon Hill toward the town. The entrance to Ayr Lane can be seen on the right. Barbara Hepworth's studio former home now occupies the house on the corner. The building behind the steps on the left later became the site of a cinema (Palais de Danse) and then was subsequently used as a studio by Barbara Hepworth in the 1960's.

Delabole Quarry, worked since ancient times and once the deepest man-made hole in the world. What appears to be Delabole slate has been found within the remains of prehistoric buildings on Bodmin Moor.

Delabole Quarry, worked since ancient times and once the deepest man-made hole in the world. What appears to be Delabole slate has been found within the remains of prehistoric buildings on Bodmin Moor.

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