If you like trains and steam the Bluebell Railway is a great day out. There is a connection here with Cornwall, Richard Trevithick (13 April 1771 – 22 April 1833) worked with high pressure steam engines. In 1804 the first locomotive hauled journey was completed by an engine designed and built by him.
The Bluebell Railway history began in the 1960’s and was the first preserved standard gauge passenger line in the world.
That is the last of the “Other Images” pages. I have to say these days I get very little time in the darkroom and I am still printing images taken in Cornwall in the 1990’s. Consequently these pages will not be added to, unless I ever catch up with myself, which is unlikely.