Job: Cornish Industrial Archaeology Photographs 71A

1965 - 1971
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Thirty-three black and white photographs recording sites and structures relating to Industrial Archaeology in Cornwall. The prints were photographed by Keith Falconer in about 1970-1971 (unconfirmed) and were donated to the NMR in 1971. Sites covered in this sub-file include: Hobbacott Down Incline Plane on the Bude Canal, Pontsmill China Clay Works, Great Wheal Busy Mine, the swing bridge at Hayle Harbour, the Trevithick Statue and Dulcoath Mine Workers' Cottages in Camborne.

The items have been catalogued using as far as possible much of the original numbering system; in this case, CIP01 is the NMR's Collection Level reference number, 71A was the original film number, and the original item numbers follow in two-digit format. Note: there are gaps in the item number run.


This is part of the Collection: CIP01 Cornish Industrial Archaeology Photographs

This Job is divided into 33 Child Records
This Job contains the following materials:
Photograph (Print): 33


Source: Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Creator of Archive: Falconer, Keith