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1884 | Angarrack Viaduct | Thomas BORE and Thomas WAKEHAM | 4-Jul 1884 | Killed at Angarrack Viaduct by a falling derrick

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Angarrack viaduct

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1883 | Angarrack Viaduct | Richard WHIDDON 15 22-Oct 1883 | Fell from a crane at Angarrack Viaduct

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All Roads Lead To Carnsew | Hayle Pump

From Hayle Pump December 2012/January 2013
Carnsew….Dark Cliff…..a fifty foot high cliff of black basalt rock, which stood, and still stands, though transformed into the Plantation, on the southern shore of the Hayle estuary commanding an uninterrupted view of the harbour entrance.
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Old Hayle - via Cornish Bygone Times ‏@PRScredda

Biggleston's

Biggleston's Hardware Merchants - 1894 to 2012

 

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SHORT TAKES - lights display among best | Thu 14 December 2000

From Western Morning News (Plymouth, England) - Thursday, December 14, 2000

SHORT TAKES - lights display among best

THERE may only be 120 homes in the tiny village of Angarrack , near Hayle, but they certainly know how to put on a Christmas lights display to compete with the best of them.

On Saturday Sid Perry, one of the village¹s oldest residents, flicked the switch which transformed the small group of houses into a sea of colour with hundred and hundreds of lanterns and three large Christmas trees.
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121115 | Bridge tribute to Hayle employer | This is Cornwall

From The Cornishman Thursday 15 November 2012:  read more »

121108 | Town archaeology is given national status | thisiscornwall.co.uk

From The Cornishman Thursday 8 November 2012

Town archaeology is given national status

Thursday, November 08, 2012

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