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Harbour scene with the "Guiding Star", Padstow. Cornwall. June 1906

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Guiding Star with the Barry pilot cutter no. 5 under sail. The Guiding Star was a topsail schooner from London, built at Howden in 1875. She was 81'4'' by 22'6'' by 11''. On Christmas Eve 1926 she drifted ashore in a calm on the Welsh coast and became a total loss. Photographer: John Charles Burrow.

Copyright © From the collection of the RIC

Media ID 12083302

Date: 12th May 2016

County: Cornwall

Location Name: 50.542062

: TRURI : PADhs.5

Image Size: 8114 x 6028 Pixels

Filesize is 14.06MB (Original 48.13MB)

Associated Categories: Padstow

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