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Framed Print of View of Angarrack Incline, Hayle railway long abandoned, near Hayle, Cornwall

View of Angarrack Incline, Hayle railway long abandoned, near Hayle, Cornwall. Date unknown

View of Angarrack Incline, Hayle railway long abandoned, near Hayle, Cornwall. Date unknown
A long view looking down the long abandoned and overgrown Angarrack incline towards the village. The Hayle railway originally ran eastwards to Redruth, and from Redruth Junction north to Portreath and south to Tresavean. It was built to profit from the mining industry's need to transport ore for shipping and opened in stages after December 1837. A notable feature of the line was the steep incline at Angarrack, where wagons were hauled by ropes. Photographer: Unknown.

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Framed Print of View of Angarrack Incline, Hayle railway long abandoned, near Hayle, Cornwall. Date unknown

A long view looking down the long abandoned and overgrown Angarrack incline towards the village. The Hayle railway originally ran eastwards to Redruth, and from Redruth Junction north to Portreath and south to Tresavean. It was built to profit from the mining industry's need to transport ore for shipping and opened in stages after December 1837. A notable feature of the line was the steep incline at Angarrack, where wagons were hauled by ropes. Photographer: Unknown
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Media ID 14727942

Mining , Railways , Transport

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Wood effect frame with 10x8 print in a card mount. Archival quality photographic paper. Overall outside dimensions are 14x12 inch (363x325mm). Features hardboard back stapled in with hanger and glazed with durable Styrene Plastic to provide a virtually unbreakable glass-like finish. Easily cleaned with a damp cloth. Moulding is 40mm wide by 15mm thick. Please note that, to prevent the paper falling through the mount window and to prevent cropping of the original artwork, the visible print may be slightly smaller to allow the paper to be securely attached to the mount without any white edging showing and to match the aspect ratio of the original artwork.
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> Images Dated > 2018 > April > 3 Apr 2018
> Railways > Hayle
: TRURI : RYhay.2

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