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Gwinear Road to Helston by steam train
Podhu Radio Station
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This has been donated to the museum by John Strike. Frank, John's father, is reading the account.
Included is an image of Frank Strike and a fishing boat similar to that of the Desire
The Loss of the Desire
The Loss of the Energetic
All the following sound bites have been donated by John Strike and are read by Frank Strike, John's father.
Anson Gun Carriage
Wreck of the Anson & Bay of Panbama
Frank's speech regarding canon from the Anson
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Neil Hawke has contributed to Porthleven Museum from the very start and continues to do so.
To view this article http://www.porthlevenmuseum.org.uk/flipportdecline/index.html#p=1
Neil wrote this article for https://coastalshipping.co.uk/ and...
Festival of Britain Cornish Souvenir 1951
Spotlight on Cornwall Past and Present
Published by Authors Frank E Strike and G.E.O Knight
Original price 5 shillings (25p)
Perth Beanie (flats) & Blue Buoy (house) before 1932, Mounts Road, Porthleven , above the beach before building of sea defence wall.
Names PZ Registration Numbers and Owners of some Porthleven Boats
The author of this book is Prof. Emeritus Neil Hawke LL.B Ph.D. FRSA.
Neil has given us permission to create the e-book for research and private use only.
Under no circumstances can it be used without the...
This is only a very small part of Michael Gale's collection of the history of Guy Gibson
To view the flip book http://www.porthlevenmuseum.org.uk/flipguygibsonpart1/index.html
This book was sent to the museum for digitising and sharing by a family member Mr E Pascoe
Mishonaland is now Zimbabwe
This book is over 100 years old and only 23 pages in length. John was the younger son of James and Mary Pascoe,...
Recollections of Sam's life in Porthleven
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