St Ives fisherman Edwin Couch with his neice, Bessie Phillips - 1898

St Ives fisherman Edwin Couch with his niece, Bessie Phillips, in Cornwall, England -

Miner's Delight: The History of the Cornish Pasty

Few meals have roots as deep as the Cornish pasty, which was developed as a lunch for workers in the ancient English tin mining region of Cornwall.

Cornish history at Portreath

Cornish history at Portreath

7.July 10th 1940 Falmouth Docks was badly bombed. Three vessels were hit. Maria Chandris, The Tuskalusa and The British Chancellor. Fortunately the tanker had no oil on board. This painting by Charles Pears can be seen at Falmouth Art Gallery.

1940 Falmouth Docks was badly bombed. Three vessels were hit. Maria Chandris, The Tuskalusa and The British Chancellor. Fortunately the tanker had no oil on board. This painting by Charles Pears can be seen at Falmouth Art Gallery.

2.Grove Place - Falmouth became a safe haven for troops and refugees. Boats would arrive filled with as many soldiers and civilians as possible. These soldiers arrived in 1940 after being evacuated from France.

Place - Falmouth became a safe haven for troops and refugees. Boats would arrive filled with as many soldiers and civilians as possible. These soldiers arrived in 1940 after being evacuated from France.

8.Pendennis Castle - The Half Moon Battery was dismantled in 1938 so when war broke out it was quickly re-equipped. Information to the battery was sent from an underground room at the nearby Bay Hotel.

Castle - The Half Moon Battery was dismantled in 1938 so when war broke out it was quickly re-equipped. Information to the battery was sent from an underground room at the nearby Bay Hotel.

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