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Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: The forecourt, Lanhydrock, Cornwall. May 1930

The forecourt, Lanhydrock, Cornwall. May 1930
The forecourt and house, Lanhydrock, with the church behind. Built in the 17th century for the Robartes family, the house was largely destroyed by fire in 1881 leaving only the north wing

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Monmouth Hotel Fire, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. October 1990

Monmouth Hotel Fire, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. October 1990
Extensive damage was done to the bar and lounge area of the Monmouth Hotel, situated in Parade Square. One pub worker, Miles McQuillen fled from the roof of the building using knotted sheets

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: The Barbican, Lanhydrock, Cornwall. May 1930

The Barbican, Lanhydrock, Cornwall. May 1930
The gatehouse known as The Barbican at Lanhydrock. The 17th century gatehouse predates the house which was largely rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1881

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: The Bullers Arms inn sign, The Square, Landrake, Cornwall. 1962

The Bullers Arms inn sign, The Square, Landrake, Cornwall. 1962
The inn sign of The Bullers Arms in Landrake with the Latin inscription Aquila non capit muscas meaning The eagle does not catch flies

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: The Man of War rocks, Polpeor Cove, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. 1899

The Man of War rocks, Polpeor Cove, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. 1899
A view of the Man of War rocks from Polpeor Cove looking seaward with ships on the horizon. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Lloyds signal station, Bass Point, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. Around 1900

Lloyds signal station, Bass Point, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. Around 1900
Hand coloured slide by William Charles Hughes of Lloyds signal station on the top of the cliff with flags flying. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: The Obby Oss, South Quay, Padstow, Cornwall. 1966

The Obby Oss, South Quay, Padstow, Cornwall. 1966
The May Day Obby Oss festival with the parade moving through the town. The Obby Oss is an integral part of the May Day celebrations in Padstow

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: New Years Eve Giants, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 31st December 1990

New Years Eve Giants, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 31st December 1990
The first year that hand-made giants, accompanied by music, roamed the streets of Lostwithiel on New Years Eve. The brainchild of John and Frances Webb, the tradition has continued

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Lorry Crash Campaign, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. October 1990

Lorry Crash Campaign, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. October 1990
Lostwithiel local councillors discuss with Robert Hicks MP the need for weight restrictions on the hill leading into the town, after many lorry crashes and deaths at the bottom of the hill

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Mayor Making, Fowey, Cornwall. May 1996

Mayor Making, Fowey, Cornwall. May 1996
After the Mayor Making ceremony the civic dignitaries gather on the town quay. The ceremony takes place in the town hall, adjoining the quay

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Respryn Bridge, Lanhydrock, Cornwall. Date unknown but probably 1920s

Respryn Bridge, Lanhydrock, Cornwall. Date unknown but probably 1920s
A black and white slide of the five arched medieval bridge over the River Fowey at Respryn, Lanhydrock with three women on the bridge and two boys on the riverbank in the foreground

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: View towards St Clether, Laneast, Cornwall. 1963

View towards St Clether, Laneast, Cornwall. 1963
A view towards St Clether from south west of Laneast churchtown. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: The capstan house and farm, Trewen, Laneast, Cornwall. 1961

The capstan house and farm, Trewen, Laneast, Cornwall. 1961
A view of the open-sided capstan house and farm at Trewen. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Lobster pots on Fish Quay, Padstow Harbour, Cornwall. 1968

Lobster pots on Fish Quay, Padstow Harbour, Cornwall. 1968
A view of Padstow Harbour with lobster pots and cranes working. The crane on the right hand side belongs to Ashmead Padstow Ltd. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Lands End to John O Groats, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1990

Lands End to John O Groats, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1990
Charlie Hawkins, a disabled war veteran, passes through Lostwithiel on his way from Lands End to John O Groats. He is raising money for the Royal Star and Garter Home for disabled ex-servicemen

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: The Barbican, Lanhydrock, Cornwall. May 1930

The Barbican, Lanhydrock, Cornwall. May 1930
A view of the gatehouse known as The Barbican at Lanhydrock with the house behind. The 17th century gatehouse predates the house which was largely rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1881

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Lloyds signal station, Bass Point, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Lloyds signal station, Bass Point, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Lloyds signal station with flags flying and a view of the adjoining buildings. Two little girls stand on the approach road. Photographer: Probably Arthur William Jordan

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Monmouth Hotel Fire, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. October 1990

Monmouth Hotel Fire, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. October 1990
Extensive damage was done to the bar and lounge area of the Monmouth Hotel, situated in Parade Square. One pub worker, Miles McQuillen

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Trewithen Restaurant, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. November 1990

Trewithen Restaurant, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. November 1990
Brian and Lorraine Rolls of the Trewithen Restaurant in Fore Street have won first prize in a competition run by Les Routiers in conjunction with Food and Wine from France

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: New Years Eve Giants, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 31st December 1990

New Years Eve Giants, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 31st December 1990
The first year that hand-made giants, accompanied by music, roamed the streets of Lostwithiel on New Years Eve. The brainchild of John and Frances Webb, the tradition has continued

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Mayor Making, Fowey, Cornwall. May 1996

Mayor Making, Fowey, Cornwall. May 1996
After the Mayor Making ceremony, the civic party gather on the town quay. The ceremony takes place in the town hall, adjoining the quay

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Lloyds signal station, Bass Point, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Lloyds signal station, Bass Point, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Lloyds signal station with flags flying and a view of the adjoining buildings. Three ladies and a young child are standing outside the cottage in the foreground. Photographer: Arthur Philp

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Polpeor Cove, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. 1908

Polpeor Cove, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. 1908
A view of the rocks on the beach at Polpeor Cove looking seaward with ships on the horizon. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: Polpeor Cove, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. 1899

Polpeor Cove, The Lizard, Landewednack, Cornwall. 1899
A view of Polpeor Cove with the lifeboat station and lighthouse above. Built in 1885, this was the second lifeboat station to be built in Polpeor Cove

Background imageImages Dated 14th August 2018: New Years Eve Giants, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 31st December 1990

New Years Eve Giants, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 31st December 1990
The first year that hand-made giants and dragons, accompanied by music, roamed the streets of Lostwithiel on New Years Eve. The brainchild of John and Frances Webb, the tradition has continued


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