Cornwall                                                                                                             Photos by Hetty

11th May 2022                                                                                                    Map

Lostwithiel was established by the Normans and was the county town for Cornwall in the 13th century, a market town, once a busy port and a stannary town for the tin industry

14th century bridge at the original crossing of the River Fowey – former Cornwall Railway Carriage Works

Remains of the Duchy Palace – a complex of buildings that used to control all Cornish affairs and the tin industry

Museum in the Georgian Corn Exchange – Methodist Chapel

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