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Pony and trap near the Bolingey Inn, Penwartha Road, Bolingey, Perranzabuloe, Cornwall. Early 1900s
The Bolingey Inn, centre left, where Samuel John Ball was the landlord at the time. A dog and a pony and trap stand in the road. A plaque on the wall of the thatched cottage next to the Inn reads Offices, New Wheal Leisure Mining Company. A lady and dog are standing in front of the house in the foreground. The glass plate negative is titled Penwartha Nr Perran. Photographer: Possibly Samuel John Govier
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