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Diving Seals Lands End

Diving Seals Lands End

Getting so close to be able to observe Seals in their natural habitat is a wonderful experience. Their natural curiosity as they watch and swim around the divers is fascinating to watch. Diving Seals Lands End Video (Diving Seals Lands End) taken off Lands end near the Longships lighthouse with close ups of both the seals […]

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Cornish Mines – Engines Project

Cornish Mines - Engines Project

The Cornish Mines – Engines Project A couple of short clips for Cornwall Community News from the Cornish Mines – Engines project in Camborne for National Trust. The video also touches on the contribution made by Richard Trevithick an d his invention of the Cornwall boiler that was much more efficient than previous boilers use […]

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Newquay Dive Orfordness

Newquay Dive Orfordness

Newquay Dive Orfordness Newquay Dive Orfordness :  The SS Orfordness, a lightly armed merchant ship of 2790 tons was sunk when making passage from Rouen to Barry by German submarine U60 during on the 20th of July 1918 with the loss of 2 lives. She lies in 30 metres of water approximately 2.5 miles from […]

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Kynance Cove Dive

Kynance Cove Dive

Kynance Cove Dive From the video’s author on the Kynance Cove Dive: “I took this film using a GoPro camera mounted on my forehead during a dive through the Devil’s Bellows, an underwater tunnel some sixty metres long beneath Asparagus Island at Kynance Cove in Cornwall. I did the dive in September at low tide […]

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Video Newlyn Storm 2014

Video Newlyn Storm 2014

Video Newlyn Storm 2014 This clip (Video Newlyn Storm 2014) is well known and was broadcast in national TV during the height of the 2013/14 winter storms. Taken by a local radio presenter (Abe Keast) on St Valentines day in 2014 it illustrates the unpredictability of wave surges during storms. Shown here pouring thousands of […]

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Mullion Cove Spring storm

Mullion Cove Spring storm

Mullion Cove Spring storm This video (Mullion Cove Spring Storm) was taken of a bright sunny day showing the remaining effects of a bad storm that had passed by.. Mullion Cove harbour is protected from by sea walls. Mullion is the largest village on the Lizard peninsula. On days like this walking on the harbour […]

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Botallack Crown Mines

Botallack Crown Mines

Botallack Crown Mines Perched on the very edge of the cliff and short walk along the cliffs from the Levant Mine and Beam Engine the Botallack Crown Mines are a spectacular sight..   The video above gives an outstanding view of the area. The Crown Mines are further down the cliffs The two engine houses are […]

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St Ives October

St Ives in October

St Ives October St Ives is always a popular destination for visitors to Cornwall. St Ives October: like the rest of Cornwall out of the main season has a unique feel and atmosphere. The winter storms can give way to beautiful sunny mild days which are ideal for walking. The surfers during the winter tend […]

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Godrevy Seals

Godrevy Seals

Godrevy Seals The colony of Grey Seals that are resident at Godrevy can be seen best when hauled out on beach at Mutton Cove. The sight of the Godrevy seals, hauled out in Mutton Cove is exceptional and is one of the few places where the casual spectator can observe the seals closely and without […]

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