Bath Cottages Wherrytown
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Bath Cottages Wherrytown

Bath Cottages in WherryTown Newlyn c1930
No scrub that last comment. I can see from a picture of the Mounts Bay Inn that the pitch of the roof is wrong. So in answer to your question, I don't know.
 
That's OK :D I'm trying to find another picture i had of bath Cottages in my collection that isn't yet up on the site. I believe @Harvey69 may be interested in that once i find it and upload it.
 
Just going from the number of front doors, I'd guess it's 'Coastguards Row' (aka 'Boase Cottages'?), South side..?

This is from the 1878 1:500...

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The same buildings (+ the Baths) in 1936...
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I was looking for a photo showing a higher building (gable end) on the East end of the terrace... at first I was confused:

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...but then... Hello!

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The gable end is Oliver Caldwell's 1887 Public Baths.

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The 5-pot chimney stack is there (in the photo at the top of this thread), but the single pot is just out of shot.

There's a good picture (from the back) in the thread on 'Indoor Baths' about the demolition of the building in 1938, following the fire in 1935.
 
Yeah I did the same... I realised the style of chimney, classic for coastguard buildings, but like you I though hang on, it's not in the right place...
 
@Halfhidden I can follow your logic about it being on the South side! I am also interested in the North side Grylls Terrace a distant relation lived in Number 1 and was manager of the serpentine factory
 

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