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  1. Abbey Road?

    Abbey Road?

    Beetle crossing the road near Newmill.
  2. The Abbey Basin and Harbour Bridge

    The Abbey Basin and Harbour Bridge

    Penzance on a sunny day - 20th April, 2000
  3. Abbey Hotel

    Abbey Hotel

    Looking a nice shade of blue as usual. April 2011
  4. High Tide Abbey Slip

    High Tide Abbey Slip

  5. Abbey Lodge Gates

    Abbey Lodge Gates

    New Street, Penzance.
  6. Abbey Slip

    Abbey Slip

    Stanhope Forbes 1921 Basin and Coulson's
  7. Abbey

    Abbey

    27th July 2010 Abbey Slipping
  8. Abbey Basin 01

    Abbey Basin 01

    As seen from Abbey Warehouse
  9. ABBEY SLIP

    ABBEY SLIP

    TAKEN WHEN EVERYONE WAS INDOORS
  10. ABBEY SLIP

    ABBEY SLIP

    TAKEN WHEN EVERYONE WAS INDOORS
  11. Abbey Basin

    Abbey Basin

    From under Ross Bridge
  12. Abbey (Coulson's) Warehouse

    Abbey (Coulson's) Warehouse

    7th August 2009
  13. Abbey turning basin

    Abbey turning basin

    7th August
  14. Old Abbey Ruins, Tresco - Isles of Scilly - RA postcard

    Old Abbey Ruins, Tresco - Isles of Scilly - RA postcard

    Excellent real photograph.
  15. Abbey Slip

    Abbey Slip

    And Coulsons Granary in 1991
  16. The Abbey Inner Basin of the Harbour

    The Abbey Inner Basin of the Harbour

    This view is from the Abbey Slipway (closed to traffic). It was taken 7th January, 2009 on a very cold day, overlooking the Inner Basin of the Harbour.
  17. A view of the Forecourt of Abbey Warehouse

    A view of the Forecourt of Abbey Warehouse

    A view from the top of Abbey slip down to the new office/cafe development at Abbey Warehouse. Looks like they might be putting steps down to the cafe below.
  18. Lanyon Chapel, Abbey Street

    Lanyon Chapel, Abbey Street

    Built around 1840 on land owned (previously by Richard Oxnam) by The Reverend Thomas Vyvyan; The chapel was used by the Methodist New Connexion Church, then when vacated to new premises, it was taken over by West Cornwall School, until they moved to York House (now Penwith District Council...
  19. Rainy August

    Rainy August

    Raindrops on the windows of the Abbey Warehouse obscure the view over the Abbey Basin.
  20. The Abbey

    The Abbey

    This lane was less significant until the Oxnam family moved to the land opposite, and ships drew in the new quay below. The slip was New Street Slip until after 1845, as New Street pre-dates Chapel Street.
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