St. Ives, Cornwall
A view of the wharf with some fisherman occupied with a task at a crude bench/table. Behind one of the figures is an old cast-iron pipe used in the shafts of local mines for water drainage. These made useful mooring posts and they can still be seen around the harbour today - though I doubt whether many tourists realise what they actually are. With the coming of the tourist industry the car began to conquer all, and in 1922 the Wharf Road was constructed. Few visitors today would realise that…
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