Newlyn 1913
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Newlyn 1913

This is a postcard from 1913. It is in colour and used a colour process known as Autochrome Lumière that was first put on sale in 1907.
Please help identify what part of Newlyn is shown here.
Enough clues here, Three storey building, with limewash on the cottage. Not able to get out yet. I have no doubt that the shed has been removed quite a while ago.
 
Maybe it is at the bottom of Jack Lane, Newlyn. Melvia House is the tall house. The white cottage has been refurbished and is part of the Duke Street Gallery. I have been told by a very reliable person. When looking at the stonework, a couple of questions leap out, the set back appears less today than now, the other is that the string courses have "disappeared". Questions have always bothered me. :)
 

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