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One time resident Omar Pascoe born 1851, lived there with his wife Mary and family

Commercial buildings facing seaward

This is a photograph of the original Yacht Inn and shows Francis Eddy the licensee standing in the doorway. Later replaced by the present property built in 1936, designed by Colin Drewitt F.R.I.B.A. The passage on the left of the Inn led to Pascoe's…

The whole street was overlooked by St Mary's Church. The street now demolished was located close to the present Yacht Inn and the PZ Gallery formerly Taylor's Garage

Located at the corner now occupied by the HSBC Bank building. Image from a period drawing showing the Penzance Market Cross

Located Alverton, the former home of Preston, professional photographer operating in Penzance from 1860 onwards. Later became the National Asssistance Office and currently the Alverne Restaurant and Lounge

Located at the north end of Penzance adjacent to the Penzance By-pass road

Reputed to be the oldest building in Penzance before it was demolished, located on the promenade it's site now occupied by Fraser's Fish and Chip Cafe

Located at the bottom of Clarence Street, Penzance, now the premises of Alfred Smith & Son., Penzance.

Possible location Causewayhead

As previous ORCH.SL.0306
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