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Newlyn harbour, Cornwall. Around 1919

Newlyn harbour, Cornwall. Around 1919


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Size: 8460 x 6367 (55MB)

Date: 28th June 2016

Source: Royal Cornwall Museum

County: Cornwall

Location Name: 50.101486, -5.548025

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Newlyn harbour, Cornwall. Around 1919

Newlyn harbour with fishing boats and warships in the bay. A group of sailors walk past the Three Tuns Inn. Photographer: Canon Henry Holroyd Mills

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TRURI : NWPgv.6

Media ID 12266044

© From the collection of the RIC

Sailing Ships


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Newlyn harbour, Cornwall. Around 1919: A captivating snapshot of bustling maritime activity in the heart of Cornwall's fishing industry. In this timeless photo print, we are transported back to an era when Newlyn was a thriving hub for both local fishermen and warships alike. The scene is alive with energy as fishing boats bob gently on the water, their colorful sails billowing in the coastal breeze. Amongst them, majestic warships stand tall in the bay, a reminder of the turbulent times during World War I. In the foreground, a group of sailors clad in their naval uniforms stroll past the historic Three Tuns Inn. Their presence adds a touch of camaraderie and adventure to this picturesque setting – perhaps they have just returned from sea or are about to embark on another voyage. Captured by Canon Henry Holroyd Mills, this photograph encapsulates Cornish heritage and seafaring traditions that have shaped generations. It serves as a poignant reminder of Newlyn's rich history as a vital fishing port and its significant contribution to Britain's maritime endeavors. This remarkable image from Royal Cornwall Museum transports us back in time; allowing us to immerse ourselves in an era where sailing ships dominated these waters and brave sailors forged unforgettable tales amidst breathtaking coastal scenery.

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