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Fishing, St Ives, Cornwall. Early 1900s Featured Print

Fishing, St Ives, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Seine boat Rechabite with seine being drawn in at Porthminster in the early 1900s. A seine is a fishing net that hangs vertically in the water with its bottom edge held down by weights and its top edge supported by floats. A Rechabite is defined as a total abstainer from alcoholic drink. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

A distant view of the four wooden Marconi wireless towers at Poldhu, Mullion, Cornwall from Mullion Cove along the cliff. 1908 Featured Print

A distant view of the four wooden Marconi wireless towers at Poldhu, Mullion, Cornwall from Mullion Cove along the cliff. 1908

A distant view, taken from Mullion Cove, of the four wooden 200ft Marconi towers, signal station and Poldhu Hotel at Poldhu. This four mast arrangement was built by early 1902. The earlier two-masted tower installation which was used by Guglielmo Marconi to transmit the first transatlantic radio message on 12th December 1901, was damaged by storms. Poldhu was taken over by the Royal Navy after the First World War and continued to operate as a research station until 1933, after which the site was cleared and donated to the National Trust. A granite monument erected in 1937 by the Marconi Company now stands on the site. Mullion Cove hotel can be seen perched on the cliffs to the the right. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

© 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