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Telegraph at Port Isaac, Cornwall. Probably late 1906

Telegraph at Port Isaac, Cornwall. Probably late 1906


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Telegraph at Port Isaac, Cornwall. Probably late 1906

A close up view of the boat Telegraph, owned by W.R. Guy. The 32-ton smack (registered at Padstow) was built at Port Gaverne in 1859 and was lost in the mouth of River Taw, North Devon. It is shown here unloading. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

TRURI : POIgv.21

Media ID 12083378

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