CORNWALL'S HERITAGE ONCE MANAGED BY|
THE TREVITHICK TRUST
The Trevithick Trust ended in 2004
On the B3300,Redruth to Portreath road at the CORNISH GOLDCENTRE
A unique and important part of Cornwall's history, the only remaining
tin streaming mill in the Duchy of Cornwalls. Its importance can be gauged
from the fact that this site is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
A must for all visitors to West Cornwall. The largest preserved mine complex
in Europe, and includes an underground visit in the mines eighteenth century
At Pool, Mitchell's winder, At Taylor's shaft, a massive pumping engine
with a 90" single cylinder and a 52 ton beam.
|CORNISH MINES AND ENGINES AT POOL
This is also the site of the Cornwall Industrial Discovery Centre.
The oldest beam engine in Cornwall is steaming again. Perched on the cliff
edge in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty experience the unique sights,
sounds and smells of the working engine, an experience never to be forgotten.
Cornwall's secret wartime communications centre and the largest international
cable station in the world . Learn how the world wide network of communications
worked and developed.
|THE MUSEUM OF |
Built in 1900 on the cliff edge in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,
visit the engineroom with the last air operated fog signal in the country.
Richard Trevithick's residence in childhood, owned by the National Trust.
|TREVITHICK COTTAGE AT PENPONDS|
Visit this lovely thatched cottage, close to Camborne in the village of