Wall Art and Photo Gifts from Royal Cornwall Museum
The eastern end of Fore Street, St Austell, Cornwall. 1970
Fore street at the junction with North Street (with a car approaching the junction), Market Street and Church Street, where the photograph is taken from. Holy Trinity Church and churchyard are just out of picture to the right. The corner of the building with " To Car Park" attached is above the former site of the Mengu Stone from Menacuddle Street which is now in the churchyard. The Mengu Stone has always been noted as marking the boundary point of the three manors of Trenance, Treverbyn and Tewington listed in the Domesday Survey. St Austell as a settlement did not exist in 1086 - only the manor lands were recorded. The name of the first settlement here was Trenance or Trenance Austol. Photographer: Charles Woolf
TRURI : AUSfs.20
Media ID 15500226
© RIC, photographer Charles Woolf
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