Cape Cornwall ~ Photograph
The Story: One of Cornwall’s rugged North Coast promontories, which was once owned by Heinz of ‘baked beans’ fame, but now belongs to The National Trust. Cape Cornwall was once thought to be the furthest westerly point in mainland England, before that was changed to Land’s End.
Photographer: Duncan Scobie
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