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Carn Brae Castle sits atop the granite hill outcrop of Carn Brae at 650ft (198m) above sea level and is prominent above the surrounding landscape near Redruth, Cornwall, SW England, UK - The hilltop site has been occupied for millennia - Originally built as a chapel in 1379 the summit building has been extensively rebuilt since, most notably as a hunting lodge resembling a castle in the C18th by the Bassets, a wealthy mining family - It is well known for the huge uncut granite tor boulders that make up part of its foundation - Apparently a tunnel running from under the castle to nearby St Uny church was blocked in 1970 for safety reasons - Historically it is noted that the building served as a beacon for shipping with tenants required to show a light in a north facing window - It was a restaurant at the time of this image. Architecture Architecture_collection Carn Brea Folly Hiking Ancient Architecture Architecturelovers Blue Building Building Exterior Built Structure Castle Cornwall Cornwall Uk History Low Angle View Old Rocks Sky Solid Summit Sunlight The Past Travel Destinations
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View west over Camborne towards the nearby Cornish coast and distant St Ives from one of the granite tors on the summit of the granite hill outcrop of Carn Brae at 650ft (198m) above sea level - The hill is prominent above the surrounding landscape near Redruth, Cornwall, SW England, UK - A neolithic hilltop site it has been occupied for millennia with evidence of habitation back to 3700-3400 BC - Taken in February. Carn Brea Sky Rock Nature Scenics - Nature Cloud - Sky Environment Rock - Object Landscape Land Beauty In Nature Tranquil Scene No People Tranquility Sea Horizon Outdoors Granite Cornwall Cornwall Uk Hilltop Summit Coastline Coast Neolithic
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Carnkie Methodist Church in the civil parish of Wendron, near Carn Brea and Redruth in Cornwall, SW England, UK - Dating from 1900 it was originally built as a Bible Christian Chapel - At that time the area was heavily industrialised following a boom in the tin and copper mining area of the Great Flat Lode -The ruins of West Wheal Bassett mining complex can be seen in the distance to the right. Carn Brea Carnkie Chapel Church Methodist Wendron Arch Architecture Building Building Exterior Built Structure Church Architecture Cornwall Cornwall Uk Entrance Façade History Mining Mining Heritage Place Of Worship Religious Architecture The Past Village Village Photography Window