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Original Video : CCDiscoveryChannel 2012
The beach here has witnessed a fair number of comings and goings over the years. Vikings stopped off here for ‘rest and recreation’ in 997AD, as did French raiders four centuries later. Until 1730, Barn Pool was the main landing point for ferries from Stonehouse (Plymouth) and Charles II arrived in 1671. The beach was also used for troops and vehicles bound for Normandy in June 1944. It was named after a medieval tithe barn that stood near the site but was taken down in 1784.
Taken from ‘Five Walks Around Mount Edgecombe & The Rame Peninsula’ by Bill Scolding.
Location: Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cornwall U.K. Europe. See also Walking Meditation - Cremyl to Kingsand (Coast Path) with Original Music.
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