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Coastal Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

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.


Millook Haven, Poundstock, Cornwall. 1905 Featured Print

Millook Haven, Poundstock, Cornwall. 1905

A view of the beach at Millook Haven showing the contorted strata in the cliffs. There is a man standing in the left foreground. In 2014, the Geological Society launched a list of 100 Great Geosites across the UK and Ireland. The cliffs at Millook Haven were chosen for the “spectacularly folded series of inter-bedded sandstones and shales originally deposited deeply under water. The folds are recumbent and have a characteristic chevron shape that tends to form when strongly layered rocks are buckled”. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

© From the collection of the RIC

Boats on the beach at Cadgwith, Cornwall. Late 1800s Featured Print

Boats on the beach at Cadgwith, Cornwall. Late 1800s

Seven boats on the beach at Cadgwith. The larger boat has a steam engine. The boiler and chimney and what looks like a steam driven winch at the stern can clearly be seen. The signal station with it's mast and a group of people standing nearby are in the background. This slide is undated, but the steam engine in the boat and the crinoline type dress worn by one of the figures by the signal station might point to the photograph being of an earlier date than it first seems. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

Site of the Headland Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall. Probably 1897 Featured Print

Site of the Headland Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall. Probably 1897

A view of the site of the not yet built Headland Hotel, known as Fistral Meadow. There are several people, including a lady cyclist, probably around the time of the riots of 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