July 17th, 2016

Geocaching around Cornwall.
Rosewall Hill - Gwithian - Godrevy Lighthouse - Cornwall Gold

Rosewall Hill mine produced over 16,000 tons of black tin between
1827 and 1892
Rosewall Hill, Cornwall
Today Rosewall Hill is managed by
The National Trust
Geocaching on Rosewall Hill
Searching for the cache on
Rosewall Hill
Nave with a colourful array of Kneelers.
St Gothian's Church, Gwithian
Gillian and Django with
Godrevy Lighthouse in the distance
Looking toward Gwithian Beach from Godrevy Point
Flower Beds
Cornwall Gold
18-acre Tin Mill in the region of Tolgus. It is the only surviving mill of its kind in Cornwall. Established in 1865, the mill has recently re-opened and is once again smelting tin on site.
Cornwall Gold
Numerous attractions at Cornwall Gold
and Tolgus Mill
and a very nice tea rooms

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