ST. AUSTELL AREA PARISH
- PHOTOGRAPHIC TOURS AROUND THE PARISHES - NOW and THEN
on the St. Austell Area Genealogy & History website
If you have any images you'd like to contribute, we'd be very pleased to include them for the enjoyment of all!
To take a visual tour around the extended Parish, start
with Pentewan and continue on. If you're interested in a specific topic,
please click on the link below. All photos may be made larger if you click
on them to see the details.
St. Austell War Memorial - World War I and II
Many of the modern photographs were taken by Charles Winpenny, and are copyright by him.
He maintains a lovely website of Cornwall photos which changes daily; it can be viewed at http://www.cornwallcam.co.uk for free. He also sells CDs of each year's photographs..
Some aerial photos of the clay mines were provided by kind permission of Dae Sasitron, of Last Refuge photos. They sell prints of these and other photographs from their website.
Other photographs come from Geograph, a website for geographers, which is attempting to provide photos of subects reflecting every square in the Ordnance Survey map. Their efforts have resulted in many lovely and/or instructive photos of Cornwall. All photos from their site contain the notice "limited copyright" - the photos are for private use only.
Other photographs have been donated by individuals, especially Ian Bulte, Myra Davey, David Stick, Caroline Wiley, Lorna May, and Rita Bone Kopp, who have been generous with their help. Our deep thanks to all.
For some old photographs of Pentewan, visit the Old Cornwall Society page - http://www.pentewanoldcornwallsociety.com, and click on "old village photographs".
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