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Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Looking west down Truck Hill, Probus, Cornwall. 1900s

Looking west down Truck Hill, Probus, Cornwall. 1900s
A view from Fore Street, looking west down Truck Hill. A lady stands in the road holding a baby while two others pose for the camera

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Opening ceremony of the Royal Cornwall Museum, River Street, Truro, Cornwall. 11th June 1919

Opening ceremony of the Royal Cornwall Museum, River Street, Truro, Cornwall. 11th June 1919
Group photograph, taken on the balcony, at the opening ceremony of the museum on 11th June 1919. John Charles Williams of Caerhays

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Michael Ransley, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. January 1990

Michael Ransley, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. January 1990
Michael Ransley, Lostwithiel instrument maker, works on a copy of a recorder from the sixteenth century. The London College of Music have commissioned him to create four Renaissance recorders

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Lamorran Woods, Cornwall. 1920s-1930s

Lamorran Woods, Cornwall. 1920s-1930s
Two ladies stand looking along a track through the woods. The ladies clothing indicates that the photograph was taken in the 1920s or 1930s. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Lamorran Wood, Cornwall. Probably 1920s-1930s

Lamorran Wood, Cornwall. Probably 1920s-1930s
A view of a lane through the woods. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Trelease farm looking across the River Fal to Tolverne, Kea, Cornwall. After 1907

Trelease farm looking across the River Fal to Tolverne, Kea, Cornwall. After 1907
View of the river with the pleasure boat, Princess Victoria. The Princess Victoria was a twin screw Thomas steamer built in 1907 for the River Fal Steamship Company (1906-1942)

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Probus, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Probus, Cornwall. Early 1900s
A view from Fore Street looking south east towards Hawkins Arms Public House and the church beyond. A horse drawn bus, piled high with luggage

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: The Square looking towards the Church of St Probus and St Grace, Probus, Cornwall. Early 1900s

The Square looking towards the Church of St Probus and St Grace, Probus, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Probus Church has the tallest church tower in Cornwall at 129 ft. A group of boys pose for the camera in front of the church. Mrs H

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: St Keynes well, Cornwall. Early 1900s

St Keynes well, Cornwall. Early 1900s
The well, much overgrown, with a cottage on the right hand side. St Keyne was a holy woman from Wales who lived as a hermit in Cornwall in the 5th century. The church and well are named after her

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Tretawn, St Kew, Cornwall, 1957

Tretawn, St Kew, Cornwall, 1957
General view of most of the Grade II listed late 16th century house. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Lizard lighthouse from top of the cliff, Landewednack. Cornwall. Before 1903

Lizard lighthouse from top of the cliff, Landewednack. Cornwall. Before 1903
The lighthouse was built by Thomas Fonnereau in 1751 as a twin coal-fired light, converted to oil in 1811, and electricity in 1874

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Trewane, St Kew, Cornwall. 1957

Trewane, St Kew, Cornwall. 1957
General view of the Grade II listed manor house built for the Nicholls family in the early 17th century. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Pengenna, St Kew, Cornwall. 1959

Pengenna, St Kew, Cornwall. 1959
General view of the front of the Grade II listed late 16th / early 17th century house and part of the garden. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Cornish Arms, Pendoggett, Cornwall. Date unknown

Cornish Arms, Pendoggett, Cornwall. Date unknown
View of the 16th century inn taken from the road with sign showing licensee C. Stammer selling wines, spirits, beer and tobacco. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: On the Fal, Kea, Cornwall. Early 1900s

On the Fal, Kea, Cornwall. Early 1900s
A rowing boat, with a lady and man, landing on the beach. The photograph was possibly taken at the entrance to Coombe Creek on the River Fal. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Lostwithiel Town Band, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. July 1989

Lostwithiel Town Band, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. July 1989
Lostwithiel Town Band performing during Carnival Week in the towns Coulson Park. The band performs at various events in the town including the Christmas pageant, Remembrance Day and civic parades

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Mayors Ball, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. December 1989

Mayors Ball, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. December 1989
The official last event of Lostwithiel 800, the anniversary year of the Towns Charter, was the Mayors Ball attended by many local dignitaries

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Police Officers, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1990

Police Officers, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1990
A new community police officer, Martin Bennett (left) has taken over in Lostwithiel from PC Chris Jewells (right) who, after six years patrolling the town, is moving to Bodmin

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Lizard lighthouse from top of the cliff, showing the foghorn, Landewednack, Cornwall. After 1903

Lizard lighthouse from top of the cliff, showing the foghorn, Landewednack, Cornwall. After 1903
Washing is spread out on the cliff to dry. The lighthouse was built by Thomas Fonnereau in 1751 as a twin coal-fired light, converted to oil in 1811, and electricity in 1874

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Close up view of Lizard lighthouse with a lady at the gate, Landewednack, Cornwall. Around 1905

Close up view of Lizard lighthouse with a lady at the gate, Landewednack, Cornwall. Around 1905
A Trinity House notice, dated 1905, gives opening hours for the public. The lighthouse was built by Thomas Fonnereau in 1751 as a twin coal-fired light, converted to oil in 1811

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Trewane, St Kew, Cornwall, 1957

Trewane, St Kew, Cornwall, 1957
General view of the Grade II listed manor house built for the Nicholls family in the early 17th century. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: DCLI Recruiting march, St Kew, Cornwall, 13 August 1915

DCLI Recruiting march, St Kew, Cornwall, 13 August 1915
The Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry band are playing as a young boy watches. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Paradise, Penweathers, Kea, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Paradise, Penweathers, Kea, Cornwall. Early 1900s
View of stream and footbridge. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Can Can Dancers, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. March 1990

Can Can Dancers, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. March 1990
An evening of song and dance held in Lostwithiel church hall culminated in a Folies Bergere routine by St Mabyn Young Farmers

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Penhale Caravan Park, Fowey, Cornwall. January 1990

Penhale Caravan Park, Fowey, Cornwall. January 1990
Up to ten caravans on Penhale Caravan Park in Fowey were destroyed during a fierce overnight storm which raged through the night and into the next day

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Housel Bay, Landewednack, Cornwall. 22nd June 1908

Housel Bay, Landewednack, Cornwall. 22nd June 1908
View of Lizard lighthouse from Housel Bay with Bumble Rock and Lions Den. The lighthouse was built by Thomas Fonnereau in 1751 as a twin coal-fired light, converted to oil in 1811

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Pengenna, St Kew, Cornwall. 1959

Pengenna, St Kew, Cornwall. 1959
General view of the rear of the Grade II listed late 16th / early 17th century house. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Pengenna, St Kew, Cornwall. 1959

Pengenna, St Kew, Cornwall. 1959
General view of the front of the Grade II listed late 16th / early 17th century house. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Pengenna, St Kew, Cornwall. 1959

Pengenna, St Kew, Cornwall. 1959
General view of the front of the Grade II listed late 16th / early 17th century house. Photographer: Charles Woolf

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Rotary Club Presidency Handover, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. July 1989

Rotary Club Presidency Handover, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. July 1989
Alan Terry (left) hands over the Presidency of Lostwithiel Rotary Club to Martin Austen (right). The club organises various charitable events including the annual Town Carnival Week

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Penhale Caravan Park, Fowey, Cornwall. January 1990

Penhale Caravan Park, Fowey, Cornwall. January 1990
Up to ten caravans on Penhale Caravan Park in Fowey were destroyed during a fierce overnight storm which raged through the night and into the next day

Background imageImages Dated 21st July 2018: Fallen Tree, Fowey, Cornwall. January 1990

Fallen Tree, Fowey, Cornwall. January 1990
A digger removes a fallen tree lying across the Fowey to Lostwithiel road near Castle Dore. The storms raged through the night and into the next day, flipping over caravans at a nearby site


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