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The Tobban Horse, Porthtowan, Cornwall. Probably after 1927

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A view of the Tobban Horse rock before the landward side collapsed in the 1960s. Some mining headgear can be seen on the far cliff. This probably shows the attempted reopening of Vivian's shaft at Wheal Sterran / Wheal Tye in 1927. Photographer: Unknown

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Media ID 19155156

Date: 23rd July 2019

County: Cornwall

Location Name: 50.287973, -5.233912

: TRURI : PWNgv.13

Image Size: 9097 x 5653 Pixels

Filesize is 10.78MB

Associated Categories: Porthtowan

Keywords: coast, coastal, coastline, cornish, engine, house, mining, sand, sea, seaside, seaweed