Exploring Cornwall – A Visit to Truro in the Rain!

It’s raining in Cormnwall, so Mark Sellwood and I decide to visit Truro, Cornwall’s capital city. Watch out for comedy moments.

Truro prospered in the 18th–19th centuries. Industry flourished through improved mining methods and higher prices for tin, and the town attracted wealthy mine owners. Elegant Georgian and Victorian townhouses were built, such as those seen today in Lemon Street, named after the mining magnate and local MP Sir William Lemon. Truro became the centre for society in the county, even dubbed “the London of Cornwall”.


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