The end of the Newlyn Pier, as the fishing boat goes out of the Harbour.
Newlyn (Cornish: Lulyn: Lu 'fleet', Lynn/Lydn 'pool') is a town and fishing port in southwest Cornwall, England.
Newlyn forms a conurbation with the neighbouring town of Penzance and is part of Penzance civil parish, and is the southernmost town on the British mainland (though not the most southerly settlement). The principal industry in Newlyn is fishing. Newlyn is a popular holiday destination, with many pubs and restaurants. Although the parish is now listed under Penzance there is an electoral ward in separate existence called Newlyn and Mousehole
- Going out
- Ed Whiting
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- Fisherman and the sea