Then & Now (Two)

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Then & Now (Page Two)
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The horse and cart is photogrpahed outside the old Vicarage which is now a private dwelling. The Vicarage photo was taken in the early part of the 20th century. a horse & cart awaits it's owner. The car has replaced the horse but otherwise little has changed over a hundred years.
The old photograph was a private dwelling uti the 1950s and is now a restaurant called the corossbow.
The photograph on the left was taken in 1956. It is next door to 'Cats Whiskers'.
In the 1970s it was converted into a shop by the Fry family and in 2001 is the Stone Circle Sculpture Studio run by Sonia Tremain

Chilcotts House

Bossiney 2000

The old photo shows Bossiney about 1910. The milk delivery is being made by horse & cart. Chilcotts on the right, is much changed. The new photograph  was taken in the year 2000.

The Vicarage

Vicarage 2000

The horse and cart is probably delivering milk from a local farmed ealy in the 20th century.
The photgraph is taken outside the old Vicarage which is now a private dwelling

Tintagel Parish Church

Tintagel Church 2000

The bottom entrance to the Church on the left is shown before the War Memorial was built and the year would be around 1900. The lovely old gateway has now long gone and has been replaced by a five bar gate.. The new picture was taken in the year 2000.

Lovely Old Cottage circa 1930s

Mays Meats June 2001

Mr. Frank Nute lived in this lovely old cottage. Standing  at the front: L to R: Mabel Hoskin,  Monica Dyer & Gwen Symons, who was the daughter of the local butcher

Today in 2017 it is a butchers shop

The 1920s Traffic Problems  Today 2001..No Coach..No Carrier
The photograph on the left taken outside the Cottage Tea Shop, shows a Bus loaded with visitors that has arrived from Camelford Railway Station. They have been transferred to the King Arthur's Castle Hotel Carrier Van pictured across the road. circa 1920s
Penlaurel Cottage

Fry's Cottage 2001

Thes was private house until the 1950s. It was converted into arestaurant called the Crossbow and is still very popular toady

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