Looe, Hannafore And Island 1920
Memories of Looe, Hannafore and Island 1920
This is not as stated. This is a view up Looe river, at the point the river splits east and west.
Memories of Looe
This bridge is usually referred to as a seven arched bridge but looking at this 1888 photograph, there appears to be eight of them. The tunnel nearest the camera still exists and I recall how it once gave access to the old Regent Cinema which these days serves as an amusement arcade. Is it possible that the ...Read full memory
I remember as a child sliding down 'skiddery rock'. It seemed so large at the time. Alas, most of it has now disappeared beneath the 'new' promenade. The rock was a large inclined slab behind the 'top' Bassett's Cafe.
Has anyone photos of the large water container which sat in front of the Baytree Hotel, presumably used during the Second World War for firefighting?
This rock is known locally as "Tom Barbers Rock". This name was given as Tom Barber died as he hit the rocks below when diving.