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Heroic and tragic truth behind Poldark: Cornishmen shaped mining in Britain and pushed boundaries the world over

WHEAL COATES: tin mine near St Agnes in Cornwall. 'Legend has it that the mine is haunted by the ghosts of the many miners who died there working in extreme and dangerous conditions.' ✫ღ⊰n

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A narrow court of the 1930's, as pictured, was typical of working class housing in the Scotland Road area of Liverpool in the early 1900's. Such a court would usually contain six houses with a frontage of only ten feet. In such cramped accommodation there were frequently as many as sixty people in a single court all using the one tap. In an effort to make the dark miserable courts brighter the residents 'whitewashed' the walls. Yet despite having to tolerate such poor living conditions…

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Introduction: Why EICMA Matters to Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Since I already have my motorcycle license I will definitely have one as an adult and it'll be sweet and go very fast

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On today's road conditions

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Roadless Wheel : a shape-shifting wheel that can change in size and shape to fit a bevy of vehicles and to adjust to various road conditions.

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bluebells~ Bluebells are predominantly found in woodland and their displays can be found all over the UK. They prefer moist, shady and stable conditions, so woodlands are ideal. But, in more northern and westerly parts of Britain, bluebells can also be found in all sorts of habitats, such as hedgerows or even by the sea in Cornwall.

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