The Lizard to St Ives


2DC168 The Lizard, Cornwall, England’s most Southerly Point. Photo : E Ludwig

2DC186 The Cathedral, Truro, Cornwall. Photo : John Hinde

2DC167 Kynance, Cove, Cornwall. Photo : E Ludwig (three copies)

2DC163 Prussia Cove, Near Marazion, Cornwall. Photo : E Ludwig

“Dear Jan, Having a great time the weather has not been too bad. Met boys from London they are fantastic. Hope you are both well. Have you found a house yet ? Bye for now Bev.”

2DC158 St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall. Photo : E Ludwig

2DC152 Penzance, Cornwall. Photo : John Hinde

2DC155 Town Centre, Penzance, Cornwall. Photo : D Noble

2DC135 Sennon Cove, Cornwall. Photo : John Hinde

“Wednesday. Dear Grandma, I hope you are feeling better now.Here, the weather was not very good until yesterday. After a lovely hot day it is raining again. Susan, Mandy and I have spent all morning playing cards. Last night we went to the Minack Open Air Theatre and saw ‘Merchant of Venice’. Love Jane”

2DC139 “The First and Last House in England”, Land’s End, Cornwall. Photo : E Ludwig

2DC124 The Harbour, St Ives, Cornwall. Photo : John Hinde


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