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19th Century Barge, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1992 Featured Lostwithiel Print

19th Century Barge, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1992

River widening work on the River Fowey, just below Coulson Park at Lostwithiel, unearthed a 19th century barge buried in the river bank. Cornwall Council archaeologists, with Charlestown Heritage Shipwreck Society, brought diggers, note takers, measurers and photographers to the site. The barge was once used on the busy river to carry limestone for the kilns on Lostwithiel Quay, along with sand, seaweed and other cargoes. It was one of a fleet of four owned by the Liddicoat family. The barge was measured at 12 metres by 4 metres and was made of timber. Archaeologists worked on the boat for around a week before it was buried again to allow the contractors to finish the work on the river bank. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

Mayor's Ball, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. December 1989 Featured Lostwithiel Print

Mayor's Ball, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. December 1989

The official last event of 'Lostwithiel 800', the anniversary year of the Town's Charter, was the Mayor's Ball attended by many local dignitaries. Back row from left to right: Cyril Bunn, journalist; Glenys Foote; Burness Bunn, journalist; Rod Keast; Linda Austen; Martin Austen, Rotary President; Paul Brewer, Lostwithiel 800 Chairman; Mrs Burden, Bodmin Mayoress; Ned Moffatt, Liskeard Escort; Iris Down, Restormel Mayoress; Jill Blanchard and John Blanchard; Fran Dennison, Lostwithiel Town Clerk. Front row from left to right: Jim Burden, Bodmin Mayor; Robert Hicks, MP South East Cornwall; Dawn Hutchings and Dennis Hutchings, Lostwithiel Mayor; George Down, Restormel Mayor; Joan Moffatt, Liskeard Mayor. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

Coulson Park Flood, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1993 Featured Lostwithiel Print

Coulson Park Flood, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1993

A van from T.J. Brent, which is involved in river and road widening work in Coulson Park makes its way gingerly during the 5.9 metres high tide which caused flooding in the park. Although the flood affected the park area, the parts of the town which traditionally are prone to flooding on this occasion were fine. Lostwithiel has always had a flooding problem, especially in properties near the River Fowey. Over the years flood prevention schemes have been installed with partial success. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker