Round The Coast
Images and text from Round the Coast, published by George Newness in 1895. Probably these images are all out of copyright, but I can’t tell, so I have marked them for non-commercial use only.
18.—Carnarvon: the Castle.
Carnarvon Castle, with sailing boats (US: sailboats) and, in the foreground, two boys in a rowing boat (US: rowboat). The castle towers in the background are also part of the castle. [more...]
Fowey: Entrance to the harbour.
“FOWEY.—This has been described as a miniature Dartmouth, and is a small seaport with a picturesque harbour at the mouth of the Fowey. This little place is 280 miles from London. In the old days it shared with Plymouth and Dartmouth the maritime supremacy of the south of England, and Looe, Truro, and Penryn were merely regarded as creeks belonging to its [...] [more...]
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