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HIGHEST POINT IN CORNWALL: in the background is Brown Willy, the highest point in Cornwall. In the foreground is the abandoned Garrow Farmhouse on the eastern slopes of Garrow Tor on Bodmin Moor.

Bodmin Moor Derelict Farmhouse (Garrow farmhouse on the eastern slopes of Garrow Tor. In the background is Brown Willy, the highest point in all of Cornwall)

Wheal Trewavas engine house, Trewavas Head on the south west coast of Cornwall near Porthleven. The old copper and tin mine workings were in operation from 1834-1846.

Wheal Trewavas engine house, Trewavas Head on the south west coast of Cornwall near Porthleven. The old copper and tin mine workings were in operation from

Cornish national Tartan

Kilt No.

'MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN' (2016): filming near Minions on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall on 22 April 2015 | The Cornish Times. Other locations in Cornwall were Porthluney Cove Beach on the Caerhays Estate and Portholland, which were used as Welsh villages. ✫ღ⊰n

FILMING near Minions, on Bodmin Moor, for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.

Downderry beach is fantastic for rockpooling. Safe sheltered beach (but steps down from car park)

Luxury coastal self-catering South East Cornwall, Luxury self-catering South East Cornwall, The Boat House Downderry

The Officers Of The 2nd Duke Of Cornwall's Light Infantry

The Officers Of The Duke Of Cornwalls Light Infantry 8 x 10 Inches

BOER WAR: 'Soldiers from the Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry (DCLI). Off to fight in the Boer War. Photo taken in Pydar Street, Truro, Cornwall.'     ✫ღ⊰n

BOER WAR: 'Soldiers from the Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry (DCLI). Off to fight in the Boer War. Photo taken in Pydar Street, Truro, Cornwall.

St Keverne church, Cornwall

A circular walk from Coverack to St Keverne, past the treacherous Manacles reef, known as the grave of a thousand ships, where at least a hundred wrecks have been recorded and over a thousand people have drowned.

Cremyll, Hms Impregnable 1904, from Francis Frith

Cremyll, Hms Impregnable from Francis Frith

Downderry, c.1955, from Francis Frith

Downderry, from Francis Frith