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SWA.EX.069.tif
Written on a typed note fixed to the back of the print:
'BRITAN'S BATTLE FOR THE BEACHES
Invasion of Britain 1967...A woman at Mount's Bay on the Cornish coast stoops to examine the tidemark caused by cruds of oil washing ashore from the crippled…

SCAPE.PC.267.tif
General view reproduced from an old engraving

SCAPE.PC.122.tif
Multiview

SCAPE.PC.121.tif
Identical view from Raginnis Hill as SCAPE.PC.120

SCAPE.PC.120.tif
Overview from Raginnis Hill

SCAPE.PC.077.tif
View of the Cove with fishing boats.

SCAPE.PC.075.tif
A well composed shot of fishing boats in the Cove.
With hand written message in ink to the reverse of the card to a recipient in Gulval

SCAPE.PC.073.tif
A romantic Moonlight scene of Mount's Bay Luggers off Penzance with St. Michael's Mount in the background.
With a hand written message in ink to the reverse of the card to a recipient in Redruth

SCAPE.PC.060.tif
A romantic sepia style view actually taken from the Bolitho Gardens, Penzance, not Marazion

SCAPE.PC.059.tif
The interior of the Chapel featuring the beautiful stained glass windows

SCAPE.PC.058.tif
General view from the West Pier.
With a hand written message in ink to the reverse of the card to a recipient in Redruth

SCAPE.PC.057.tif
This room is named after the plaster frieze panels around the ceiling

SCAPE.PC.056.tif
Located on the pathway up to the Castle entrance on the Mount.
With hand written greeting to the reverse of the card dated II.IX.1946

SCAPE.PC.055.tif
View of this classically decorated room in the Castle, open to the public

SCAPE.PC.054.tif
A good view of one of the many rooms in the interior of the Castle, open to the Public, showing the famous plaster friese

SCAPE.PC.053.tif
Sepia style view from the South East elevation of the Castle buildings looking upwards from the Gardens.
Hand written message in ink to the reverse of the card to a recipient in St. Ives, Cornwall

SCAPE.PC.052.tif
Sepia style pic showing the Castle, the ancestral home of the St. Aubyn Family, as seen when exiting from the Causeway
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