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Market Square, West Looe, Cornwall. Before 1892 Featured Looe Image

Market Square, West Looe, Cornwall. Before 1892

A view of the market square in West Looe with the Cornish Arms public house on the left. Presumably photographed before 1892 when the inn's license was withdrawn as an immoral house (West Briton, 29.9.1892). The inn sign says R. Moore but this name does not occur in H.L. Douch's Index of Public Houses. Photographer: Surgeon Captain John Campbell

© From the collection of the RIC

The Jolly Sailor Inn, Princes Square, West Looe, Cornwall. Around 1930 Featured Looe Image

The Jolly Sailor Inn, Princes Square, West Looe, Cornwall. Around 1930

The Jolly Sailor Inn taken from the right, with a man riding a cart horse in the street. There is a Bed and Breakfast sign on the wall on the right hand side. The Jolly is the oldest pub in Looe and one of the oldest in the United Kingdom. It has offered board and lodging to sailors and travellers since 1516. Photographer: S.C. Fox

© From the collection of the RIC

SS Treleigh of Penzance, East Looe Quay, Looe, Cornwall. Probably 1895 Featured Looe Image

SS Treleigh of Penzance, East Looe Quay, Looe, Cornwall. Probably 1895

The SS Treleigh of Penzance at East Looe quay. Treleigh was a steel screw dandy built in 1894 by J.P. Renoldson & Sons, South Shields and owned by D.W. Bain & Co, Penzance. A dandy is a vessel rigged as a sloop and having a jigger-mast, which is a short mast nearest the stern on a four-masted vessel. Photographer: Surgeon Captain John Campbell

© From the collection of the RIC