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Pictures Dated 16th July 2018

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Featured 16 Jul 2018 Image

Tremough Lodge, Tremough Estate, Treliever Road, Penryn, Cornwall. Early 1900s

View showing the front entrance of Tremough Lodge on Treliever Road. There is a young girl walking near the entrance. The estate is named after the Tremough family who lived on the site from the 1300s to 1600s. Grade II listed, Tremough House was built in 1704 by John Worth, Sheriff of Cornwall. The house was also the private residence of several other families over the centuries, including John Tilly, Benjamin Sampson and William Shilson, as well as being home to the Tremough Academy for Young Gentlemen a short period. Tremough served as a convent for the Order of Les Filles de la Croix from 1943 to 1997. The estate was purchased in 1999 by the combined Universities in Cornwall group and was developed into the Penryn Campus for Falmouth University and the University of Exeter. The Lodge was added by Benjamin Sampson during the 19th century. Photographer: Probably Arthur William Jordan but possibly Arthur Philp.

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Featured 16 Jul 2018 Image

Millook Haven, Poundstock, Cornwall. 1913

A view of the beach at Millook Haven showing the contorted strata in the cliffs. There is a figure standing next to a small boat in the 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