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Pictures Dated 2nd April 2019

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Featured 2 Apr 2019 Print

Lostwithiel Bridge, North Street, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. Probably 1914

A view of the bridge from the south side, with pony traps in the river for washing. A man is sitting on a bench on the river bank. The bridge over the River Fowey is described in British Listed Buildings as mid 15th century, with additional flood arch of 18th century and later repairs. Slatestone rubble with chamfered granite copings to parapet walls. The bridge runs east/west across the river, with the 18th century works to the east. There are five pointed arches, with relieving arches. From the south, there is a low four centred arch to the left and four main arches. The two main arches to the left are slightly taller, with cutwaters between the refuges on top. The five arches are 13 feet in span and to the right, there is a sixth taller round flood arch with buttress to the left and smaller round floor arch, rebuilt in the 18th century. The parapets were added in 1676 and are splayed back at the west end, extending overall by around 30 feet. The roadway is 11 feet wide. (Sources: Henderson, C. and Coates, H., Old Cornish Bridges and Streams, 1928). Photographer: Probably Herbert Hughes.

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Featured 2 Apr 2019 Print

Exhibition entrance, Cornwall County Fisheries Exhibition, Truro, Cornwall. July to August 1893

View showing the castellated entrance of the Fisheries Exhibition. The site of the exhibition was a field at the top of Lemon Street and the exhibition ran from 25th July 1893 for a month. The Royal Coat of Arms for the United Kingdom can be seen underneath the entrance archway with the Lion Rampant of Scotland, the Imperial Crown and Celtic harp of Ireland above. Three flags are flying, including the Union Jack flag in the centre. An advert placed in The Cornishman on 7th September 1893 states that the materials used in the construction of the exhibition buildings were to be sold by public auction on 20th September 1893 at The Green in Truro. Number 1 in a series of glass lantern slides recording the Fisheries Exhibition. Photographer: Unknown.

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Featured 2 Apr 2019 Print

Caerhays Castle, St Michael Caerhays, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Exterior view of the front of the castle with two gentlemen standing on the grass. Caerhays Castle is a semi-castellated manor house situated 0.5 mile south of the village of St Michael Caerhays. It is a Grade I listed building designed for the Trevanion family in the early 1800s by the Regency architect, John Nash. It is currently home to the Williams family. The garden hosts the largest collection of magnolias in the UK. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan.

© From the collection of the RIC