The lifeguards on station watching over the surfers at Trenance Cove, St. Agnes on a very grey day.
There is a small cluster of buildings around the access to the cove, behind them you can see the remains of the engine house of one of the tin mines that once dotted this part of the country.
The weather might have been grey but it suited the surfers who were out in numbers, some even managing to ride the waves!
The old engine house looks down on the surfers heading back to their cars, an illustration of the way Cornwall has changed over the years.
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This site was last updated 15/07/2012