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Remains of tidal mill, Little Petherick Creek, North Cornwall

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Remains of tidal mill, Little Petherick Creek, North Cornwall

Caption - Remains of tidal mill, Little Petherick Creek, North Cornwall. The remains of the tidal mill are described as "roughly circular millpond of four and a half acres". This view is from the Saints' Way. On the summit of Dennis Hill on the left is an obelisk, a "monument to celebrate Queen Victoria's Jubilee of 1887". Where the creek meets the Camel Estuary is the former railway bridge now carrying the Camel Trail. Across the estuary is Rock.

Walk 3589 : Padstow from Little Petherick

Photographer : Derek Harper

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With a long and varied coastline Cornwall offers walkers many wonderful walks using sections of the South West Coast Path National Trail. In places the coastal scenery is very rugged and the walking often quite strenuous. Inland the moors of West Penwith and Bodmin offer a dramatic change of scenery to that encountered on the coast. Further interest is added by pretty villages and harbours, industrial archaeology, mostly focused on the former tin mines, and some outstanding archaeology sites especially in the moorland areas.

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