Situated on the Tamar, this small town borders Devon and Cornwall. With a variety of shops, take-a -ways and a train station. Gunnislake bridge was built in 1520 and has little altered since then. It consists of 6 arches with pedestrian refuges over each of the cutwaters on both sides. The village has a history of mining although this industry is no longer active in the area. During the mining boom in victorian times more than 7,000 people were employed in the mines of the Tamar valley.
photos of local attractions please click on a photo to enlarge
Flag of Cornwall
Cornwall coat of arms
Tamar Park - Gallery of Local