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Looe - more properly the twin towns of East Looe and West Looe - in south-east Cornwall is both a tourist centre and an important fishing port for day boats. Fish landed at Looe will have been caught that same day, and is the freshest available.

Tags:   Cornwall harbours rivers Looe Looe River Cornish harbours

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Brunel's famous railway bridge across the River Tamar, which links Devon with Cornwall, dates from 1859, and was part of his Great Western Railway. It carries a single track, and trains cross very slowly as there is a sharp bend into the tiny station at Saltash. The bridge is apparently due a fresh coat of paint.

Tags:   Cornwall bridges railway bridges Saltash River Tamar

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Dating from 1595, the Boatman lies almost underneath the main railway line from London to Penzance, as it starts to cross the River Tamar via Brunel's famous railway bridge.

Tags:   Cornwall pubs medieval buildings inns Saltash railway bridges

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Kingsand is on the Cornish side of Plymouth Sound. The clock tower is a notable local landmark. An elderly couple enjoy the late winter sunshine with their dog.

Tags:   Cornwall coast seaside Kingsand

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Tags:   Cornwall seaside Looe fish and chips takeaway seagulls


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