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Name: CARNYORTH
Council: Penwith District Council
Location:
North-west coast of West Penwith, north of St Just
Main period of industrial settlement growth: 1780-1860
Study Area: St Just Mining Area
NGR: SW 3733

Main industry: Mining

Industrial history and significance

Carnyorth was an old established agricultural hamlet which had an entirely new mining settlement (Carnyorth Terrace) attached to it. This remains one of the least altered of all mining settlements in the study area, while Falmouth Place remains a uniquely isolated and inward-looking place, almost entirely of the 19th century.

This settlement forms part of the proposed Cornwall & west Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site Bid, and is considered an important part of the context for the Bid.

Downloads:

The downloads offered below represent the different elements of the CISI Carnyorth Report including the core text and the four illustrative map figures
 
 Title Description Format Size
CISI Carnyorth  report Report text. Format type: PDF

551kb

Figure 1 Location map Format type: PDF 2655kb
Figure 2 Historical development map Format type: PDF 447kb
Figure 3 Surviving historical components map Format type: PDF 448kb
Figure 4 Gazetteer sites, existing designations and recommendations map Format type: PDF 498kb
       

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Last Updated: 08/01/2004. © Cornwall County Council, Historic Environment Service.