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Image of The Day -The Fountain Inn Penzance 1990s

Discussion in 'Members image of the day' started by Halfhidden, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. Halfhidden

    Halfhidden Untouchable Staff Member Administrator

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    This is the Fountain Inn at the bottom of St Clare Street Near the top of Causewayhead. I think this picture was taken in the 1990s. Mostly because the pig market is already a car park in this picture. The elm tree has since been removed and the colour of the pub sign.... its now black and gold.What Halfhidden forgot to mention...that sparky had pointed out, was the road markings have now changed! the juntion has changed to the other side which isn't shown in this picture.(now everyone (who's on foot) has to wait for the traffic before they cross the road to causewayhead) maybe a Zebra crossing would be good here???
     

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