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Cornwall

James Brunker | The Hurlers Stone Circle Bodmin Moor Cornwall

The Hurlers Stone Circle Bodmin Moor Cornwall

The Hurlers is a group of prehistoric stone circles near Minions on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Legend says they were once a group of men who were transformed into stones as divine punishment for playing Cornish hurling on a Sunday.....! Around half the stones are still standing.
James Brunker | Southern Fowey and Harbour Cornwall

Southern Fowey and Harbour Cornwall

A view of the southern part of Fowey town and its harbour on the south Cornwall coast. Fowey is a historic town situated on the River Fowey estuary. It has been an important port for centuries as the estuary forms a superb natural harbour in the rugged Cornish coast. Black and white version also available, please send a message if you would like to see it uploaded!
James Brunker | View of Fowey Town and Estuary Cornwall

View of Fowey Town and Estuary Cornwall

A view of Fowey town on the south Cornwall coast, taken from the popular Hall Walk footpath. Fowey is a historic town situated on the River Fowey estuary. It has long been an important port as the estuary forms a superb natural harbour in an otherwise rugged coastline.
James Brunker | Fowey Town and Estuary Cornwall

Fowey Town and Estuary Cornwall

A view of Fowey town on the south Cornwall coast, taken from the popular Hall Walk footpath. Fowey is a historic town situated on the River Fowey estuary. It has been an important port for many centuries, the River Fowey estuary forms a superb natural harbour in the otherwise rugged Cornish coastline. Black and white version also available, please send a message if you would like to see it uploaded!
James Brunker | Fowey Town and Sailing Boat Cornwall

Fowey Town and Sailing Boat Cornwall

A sailing boat moored in the River Fowey near Fowey town on the south Cornwall coast, taken from the popular Hall Walk footpath. Fowey is a historic town that has long been an important port, the River Fowey estuary where it is located forms a superb natural harbour. The tower is St Finbarr church which dates from the early 14th century, there are records of a church being established here as early as the 7th century.
James Brunker | Blue Cottage in Bodinnick Village Cornwall

Blue Cottage in Bodinnick Village Cornwall

A view of the quaint little Cornish village of Bodinnick looking towards the River Fowey. A ferry from the bottom of this street connects it to nearby Fowey on the far bank, there has been a crossing here since at least the 14th century. The white building further down the street is the Old Ferry Inn, a lovely old pub that dates from the 17th century. The famous writer Daphne Du Maurier lived in the village.The famous writer Daphne Du Maurier lived in the village.
James Brunker | Blue Cottage and River Fowey Bodinnick Cornwall

Blue Cottage and River Fowey Bodinnick Cornwall

A view of the quaint little Cornish village of Bodinnick looking towards the River Fowey. A ferry from the bottom of this street connects it to nearby Fowey on the far bank, there has been a crossing here since at least the 14th century. The white building further down the street is the Old Ferry Inn, a lovely old pub that dates from the 17th century. The famous writer Daphne Du Maurier lived in the village.
James Brunker | View of Polruan Village and Fowey Estuary Cornwall

View of Polruan Village and Fowey Estuary Cornwall

A view of the quaint fishing village of Polruan on the River Fowey estuary opposite the historic town of Fowey on the south Cornwall coast. Both have long been important ports as the estuary forms a superb natural harbour in an otherwise rugged coastline. The castle on the end of the promontory dates from the 14th century, Dodman Point is the distant headland on the horizon.
James Brunker | Highland Cattle and Minions Visitor Centre Cornwall

Highland Cattle and Minions Visitor Centre Cornwall

Highland cattle or kyloe (native to Scotland) graze near a ruined tin mine building on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Cornwall was home to one of Europe's largest mining industries (especially tin) in the 19th century and the remains of many mine workings can stil be seen. This building was formerly the Housemans engine house and part of the South Phoenix tin mine; it is now the Minions Heritage Centre.
James Brunker | Highland Cow and Minions Visitor Centre Cornwall

Highland Cow and Minions Visitor Centre Cornwall

A highland cow or kyloe (native to Scotland) in front of a ruined tin mine building on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Cornwall was home to one of Europe's largest mining industries (especially tin) in the 19th century and the remains of many mine workings can stil be seen. This building was formerly the Housemans engine house and part of the South Phoenix tin mine; it is now the Minions Heritage Centre.
James Brunker | Remains of the Prince of Wales engine house Cornwall

Remains of the Prince of Wales engine house Cornwall

The ruins of the Prince of Wales engine house near Minions on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Cornwall was home to one of Europe's largest mining industries (especially tin) in the 19th century and the remains of many mine workings can stil be seen. This engine house was once part of the Phoenix United Mine which started operations in 1836 and finally closed in 1914
James Brunker | Ruins of the Prince of Wales engine house Cornwall

Ruins of the Prince of Wales engine house Cornwall

The ruins of the Prince of Wales engine house near Minions on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Cornwall was home to one of Europe's largest mining industries (especially tin) in the 19th century and the remains of many mine workings can stil be seen. This engine house was once part of the Phoenix United Mine which started operations in 1836 and finally closed in 1914
James Brunker | Remains of Phoenix United Mine Bodmin Moor Cornwall

Remains of Phoenix United Mine Bodmin Moor Cornwall

Some of the ruins of the Wheal Jenkin near Minions on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Cornwall was home to one of Europe's largest mining industries (especially tin) in the 19th century and the remains of many mine workings can stil be seen dotted acoss the countryside.
James Brunker | Bellingham Engine House Ruins Bodmin Moor Cornwall

Bellingham Engine House Ruins Bodmin Moor Cornwall

The ruins of the Bellingham Shaft engine house on the side of Caradon Hill near Minions on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Cornwall was home to one of Europe's largest mining industries (especially tin) in the 19th century and the remains of many mine workings can stil be seen. This engine house was once part of the part of the Wheal Jenkin Mine.
James Brunker | Polruan Village and Harbour in Black and White Cornwall

Polruan Village and Harbour in Black and White Cornwall

A black and white view of the quaint fishing village of Polruan on the River Fowey estuary on the south Cornwall coast. It lies opposite the historic town of Fowey, both have long been important ports as the estuary forms a superb natural harbour in the rugged coastline. The castle on the end of the promontory dates from the 14th century, Dodman Point is the headland on the horizon.
James Brunker | View of Fowey Town and Estuary in Black and White Cornwall

View of Fowey Town and Estuary in Black and White Cornwall

A black and white view of Fowey on the south Cornwall coast, taken from the popular Hall Walk footpath. Fowey is a historic town situated on the River Fowey estuary. It has long been an important port, the estuary offers shelter in a superb natural harbour in a rugged coastline.
James Brunker | Fowey Suburbs and Estuary Black and White Cornwall

Fowey Suburbs and Estuary Black and White Cornwall

A view of the southern part of Fowey on the south Cornwall coast. Fowey is a historic port town located on the River Fowey estuary. It has long been an important port, the estuary forms a superb natural harbour in the otherwise rugged coastline. Colour version also available, please send a message if you would like to see it uploaded!