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Looe Harbour, Cornwall, August 1951 Featured Print

Looe Harbour, Cornwall, August 1951

A GWR publicity view of Looe Harbour and Bridge in Cornwall, August 1951, showing small boats at the quay and harbour lining the banks of the river. The stone bridge at Looe was built in 1853 and connects the western and eastern sides of the town. A bridge has existed at this site since 1411.

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

Looe Harbour and Bridge, Cornwall, August 1951 Featured Print

Looe Harbour and Bridge, Cornwall, August 1951

A GWR publicity view of Looe Harbour and Bridge in Cornwall, August 1951.
The church tower of The Parish of Saint Nicholas is in the bottom right of the image, with small boats at the quay and harbour lining the banks of the river. A row of motor cars are parked along the quay.
The stone bridge at Looe was built in 1853 and connects the western and eastern sides of the town. A bridge has existed at this site since 1411.

© STEAM Museum of the GWR

St Keyne's Well, near Looe, Cornwall, March 1924 Featured Print

St Keyne's Well, near Looe, Cornwall, March 1924

A GWR publicity image of St Keyne's Well, near the coastal town of Looe in Cornwall. This photograph was taken in March 1924 some 12 years before the lane where the holy well is sited was widened leading to the well being rebuilt.
The well was first constructed circa 16th century and is tied to the legend of St Keyne; a princess who is said to have bathed in the waters of the spring. To this day recently married couples race each other to be the first to drink from the well; as Robert Southey's poem states "If the husband of this gifted well Should drink before his wife A happy man henceforth is he For he shall be master for life".

© STEAM Museum of the GWR