Remains of buildings and a chimney at the levant mine, botallack, Cornwall mine ruins, cornwalls tin mining heritage coastline White painted light house on Lizard Point, Englands most southerly point The most southerly point of mainland england, Lizard point, marked of course by a gift shop Englands most southerly point, Lizard Point Lighthouse guides shipping around the rocks on england most southerly point National trust sign marking the historic Lizard Wireless Station Historic Lloyds signal station used to communicate with shipping off the lizard peninsula before the invention of wireless shops and winding streets in the cornish village of Marazion Men-an-Tol, in the Cornish Language literally meaning the hole stone Mon-an-Toll or the crick stone may have once marked the entrace to a tomb. Near the vilage of Morvah, Cornwall The Merry Maidens neolithic stone circle stone circle near St. Buryan, Cornwall Cornish mining heritage at Botallack, Part of the Cornwall Mining Landscape World Heritage Site Mine ruins in the historic tin mining area at Botallack, Part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Area Looking out across newlyn harbour towards the town of penzance, cornwall fishing boats in the harbour at newlyn cornwall rows of beach huts at newquay with brightly painted doors cornish coastal town of newquay standing on top of tall cliffs small fishing boats in the harbour at newquay looking down on newquay harbour and coastal cliffs behind miles of empty sand, dusk at parrenporth beach, cornwall sandy beach at parrenporth, cornwall a foggy day looking out to sea at the pendeen lighthouse, cornwall a view of polperro harbour at low tide boats at low tide in polperro harbour old white washed houses in polperro, an unspoilt cornish fishing village a typical cornish fishing village scene, polperro shelterd harbour at polperro, cornwall white painted houses cling to the hillside in polperro narrow street of white painted rustic built houses in polperro an unspoilt cornish fishing village a view of the fishing community of polperro, cornwall a rainy day view looking out to sea towards st michaels mount and monastery Bridge across the tamar, plymouth england, built by brunel a telephoto view looking down over the rooftops of st ives, cornwall rows of old and new houses in the cornish town of st ives, Chapel of St Nicholas and the watch station in the distance on a part of town known as The Island low tide at saint ives, fishing village on the cornwall north coast royal albert bridge at saltash build by isambard kingdom brunel to cross the tamar river valley MV RMS Mulheim a shipwreck off the treacherous cornish coast a commercial vessel a wrecked off the treacherous cornish coast - MV RMS Mulheim tourists shops on mninland englands most southerly spot, lizard point a sunny day at the harbour in st ives, cornwall boats in the harbour at st ives, cornwall

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