This collection of photographs features Cape Cornwall, a small headland on the St Just coast in west Cornwall.
The area has been shaped by centuries of tin mining and is part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.
Most of the headland is owned by the National Trust.
Until the first Ordnance Survey it was thought that Cape Cornwall was the most westerly point in mainland England.
Today, however, that honour rests with Land's End, which lies four miles to the south.
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