Scilly isles ferry

St. Anthony on Gillan Creek, with the Helford River and Falmouth Bay in the background

Anthony on Gillan Creek, with the Helford River and Falmouth Bay in the background

Porthcurnick Beach, St Mawes, Cornwall. Photo: Matthew Buck

The sea-salty village of St Mawes

In summer 1952 the minesweeper HMS Wave M385 ran aground at St Ives after her moorings broke. All of her crew were unharmed, most of them having been rescued from shore

In summer 1952 the minesweeper HMS Wave ran aground at St Ives after her moorings broke. All of her crew were unharmed, most of them having been rescued from shore

The view of the Cathedral thrills my heart and says home to me having spent most of my Cornish life in and around Truro

Truro Cathedral - lucky enough to be there from One of the most beautiful parts of the world! Brilliant view of it as you come into Truro on the train, espeically at night. Endless memories of fantastic concerts and services there.

Helford Passage & the Ferry Boat Inn, near Mawnan Smith, Cornwall.

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Polruan is an ancient fishing village which is famous for its boat building heritage. This delightful little village sits opposite Fowey in Cornwall.   During our stay in Fowey we often got the people ferry or the car ferry across to Polruan. This little village is one of the gateways to some beautiful coastal walks and stunning scenery. It is also home to the best chicken burger meal I have ever had, may I add!!!!  Cornwall  September 2011

Polruan, an ancient fishing village which is famous for its boat building heritage. This delightful little village sits opposite Fowey in Cornwall, England

We live is such a wonderful part of the world, the wild Atlantic coast, the calm Southern coast, Rugged Dartmoor, Forested Exmoor, the magical Scilly Isles & in this case a short hop on the ferry to our annual French Camp. The French sailing schools leave our English counterparts in a bygone age.

We live is such a wonderful part of the world, the wild Atlantic coast, the calm Southern coast, Rugged Dartmoor, Forested Exmoor, the magical Scilly Isles & in this case a short hop on the ferry to our annual French Camp. The French sailing schools leave our English counterparts in a bygone age.

Polruan and Fowey from Hall Farm Walk, Fowey, Mid Cornwall

Polruan and Fowey from Hall Farm Walk, Fowey, Cornwall, South West England, UK

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