Large machines for crushing tin and copper ore.
Hamlet and civil parish in West Cornwall.
Ecclesiastical parishes in Cornwall sometimes have a parish church situated in a churchtown.
Amphitheatre in which John Wesley preached between 1762 and 1789, occupying a depression that was possibly formed by the subsidence of underground mine workings.
Mostly rural parish in West Cornwall.
Cornish foundry established in 1791 to supply steam-engine pumps and heavy machinery to mines, waterworks and ironworks.
Active Anglican church in Perranarworthal, dedicated to Cornwall’s patron saint.
Roundwood is a wooded peninsula on the River Fal in Cornwall, where there is evidence of occupation and settlement since at least the Iron Age.
Copper and tin mine to the south of Camborne in Cornwall, named after the mineral lord, Lady Frances Basset
Mysterious cloud of mist that often hovered over the Cowloe Rock, near Sennen Cove in Cornwall, warning of approaching bad weather.