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1852 | Angarrack 29 July 1852 Brunel ENGINEER’S REPORT West Cornwall Railway Company

29 July 1852 Brunel ENGINEER’S REPORT West Cornwall Railway Company

Isambard Kingdom Brunel Engineer's Report

The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, August 27, 1852; pg. 6; Issue 2566. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.  read more »

TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable Inn or Public-house, called the L A M B I N N | 1850 | Angarrack Inn

TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable Inn or Public-house, called the  L A M B  I N N  | 1850 | Angarrack Inn

Via The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, June 21, 1850; pg. [1]; Issue 2452. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

PUBLIC HOUSE
In Angarrack, in Phillack, to be Let.
TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable
Inn or Public-house, called the

L A M B           I N N

And Gardens thereto annexed with the appurtenances,
situate in Angarrack, in the parish of Phillack, in the
county of Cornwall, and now in the occupation of Mr.  read more »

Cornish Earthquakes

Video - Lime Pointing Hayle Bridge Cornwall

2015 February | Hayle Harbour :: New Scheme to Replace Original Consented Scheme


New Scheme to Replace Original Consented Scheme

If successful, the new plans for South Quay will replace the original consented scheme for South Quay which was passed in 2008.

The original scheme which was approved by Penwith, allows for up to 260 Houses and flats covering nearly all the Quay.  read more »

Isis Gardens and Hayle's Lifeboat Isis

Hayle's first lifeboat - Isis

Hayle had its own lifeboat from 1866 until 1906.

Its first boat was the ‘Isis’.  A self-righter, thirty-two feet in length, pulling ten oars, paid for by Oxford University.
She carried out ten rescues saving fifty lives during her twenty-one years of service.

In 1887 ‘The New Oriental Bank’ later renamed ‘The F. H. Harrison’ replaced ‘Isis’. She was a thirty-two feet self-righter and her saddest service was to the ‘S.S. Escurial’, when she had to be taken overland to Portreath beach to be launched.
In spite of her best efforts only seven of the eighteen crew were rescued alive.  read more »

Crossing Hayle to Lelant

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