At the end of a beautiful narrow valley lies the tiny village of Lamorna. Huge chunks of granite spill down from the nearby hills, recalling the once-busy quarrying industry.
Granite from Lamorna was exported all over Britain, being used to build sturdy structures like Victorian lighthouses and the Thames Embankment in London.
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