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Pentewan harbour, Cornwall. 1914

Pentewan harbour, Cornwall. 1914. © From the collection of the RIC
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A view from the west side of the harbour showing the timber narrow gauge railway gantry. Trucks full of china clay wait to be loaded into the sailing vessels via the wooden chutes that can be seen in the raised position above the vessel on the left of the picture. The narrow gauge railway ran from St Austell to Pentewan harbour with China clay for shipment. The nearer vessel is the barquentine 'Imogene' originally built as the 'Strathendrick'. Photographer: Herbert Hughes.

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Media ID 13774200

Date: 14th August 2017

: TRURI : AUSpt.1

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Associated Categories: Pentewan

Keywords:  cornish

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