Polrudden Cove / Pentewan Stone

An Elvan Dyke is exposed in the cliffs at Polrudden Cove.
The fine-grained Elvan of granitic composition , was quarried at the top of the cliff .
The golden yellow stone was easily carved (a freestone).
The Elvan can be traced inland for about half a mile to an overgrown quarry in the valley behind Pentewan Village - The probable source of most of the Stone - Pentewan Stone - used in old buildings.
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833
Date:
2015-02-07 00:00:00.0
Location:
SX 0254.4739
Photographer:

Polrudden Cove / Pentewan Stone

An Elvan Dyke is exposed in the cliffs at Polrudden Cove.
The fine-grained Elvan of granitic composition , was quarried at the top of the cliff .
The golden yellow stone was easily carved (a freestone).
The Elvan can be traced inland for about half a mile to an overgrown quarry in the valley behind Pentewan Village - The probable source of most of the Stone - Pentewan Stone - used in old buildings.
Ref:
833
Date:
2015-02-07 00:00:00.0
Location:
SX 0254.4739
Photographer: