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Coastal Gallery

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Choose from 197 pictures in our Coastal collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Riots Group Committee, Newquay, Cornwall. 1897 Featured Print

The Riots Group Committee, Newquay, Cornwall. 1897

A photograph of the Riot Committee set up to object to the building of the Headland Hotel on the site known as Fistral Meadow, taken around the time of the riots on 31st August 1897. The proposed site of the hotel had previously been used as land on which farmers grazed livestock and local fishermen dried their nets. The proposals of architect, Silvanus Trevail, threatened to ruin their livelihoods. When building work commenced, outraged farmers and fishermen rushed to the site, where they tore down the wooden works office and valuable tools and planks of wood were hurled off the cliff onto the beach. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

Road Bridge at Polzeath, St Minver, Cornwall. Late 1930s Featured Print

Road Bridge at Polzeath, St Minver, Cornwall. Late 1930s

The road bridge in the photograph, taken from the bank of the stream looking across the road to the top of the beach and over to Pentireglaze, was probably constructed in the late 1930s. Some probable evidence of its construction can be seen in the right centre ground of image TRURI:MIVph.10 where a workman's hut, cement mixer and temporary foot bridge are visible in the area of the stream where the bridge was constructed. Pentireglaze is now known as New Polzeath, probably to reflect the housing development that has taken place over this area in the de. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

Reverend Hawkers Hut, Morwenstow, Cornwall. 9th July 1913 Featured Print

Reverend Hawkers Hut, Morwenstow, Cornwall. 9th July 1913

A man inside Hawker's Hut on the cliffs close to Sharpnose Point, about a mile from Morwenstow. It was built by the eccentric clergyman, poet and antiquarian Robert Stephen Hawker (1803-1875). He was known to rescue shipwrecked sailors and also recovered the bodies of the dead washed onto the shore, for a Christian burial. He composed the well known Cornish anthem The Song of the Western Men, also known as Trelawney in 1824. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

© From the collection of the RIC