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St Denys at work

St Denys at work

The tug St Denys holds a special place in the hearts for many of those who were involved with the Falmouth Docks
The Channel Fleet in 1847

The Channel Fleet in 1847

When Britain ruled the waves
The Cornish on the Titanic

The Cornish on the Titanic

In March 1912 William Jeffery Ware, a 23 year old blacksmith from Gunnislake, entered the travel agency of Jeremiah Youlton to buy a ticket to sail across the Atlantic
The fishermen of Newlyn: the largest fishing port in England

The fishermen of Newlyn: the largest fishing port in England

As an island nation we have a close affinity with the sea, which has protected and sustained us.
The Great Blizzard of 1891

The Great Blizzard of 1891

Falmouth harbour has been regarded as a safe place for ships to seek shelter for hundreds of years
The Kent East Indiaman on Fire, William Daniell, RA

The Kent East Indiaman on Fire, William Daniell, RA

On the 1st March 1825, the East Indiaman, Kent, met with disaster in the middle of the Bay of Biscay.
The last setting of the Sunbeam by Ian Heard

The last setting of the Sunbeam by Ian Heard

Having grown up in his family’s boatyard on the River Fal, it can hardly be a surprise that Ian Heard put his prodigious talent as an artist and designer to works such as this. 

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