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Perranwharf Port (United Kingdom)

Developed by George Croker Fox in 1769 to serve the Gwennup mines. It was very successful for many years until the advent of the Redruth-Chacewater railway and Restronguet Creek silted up.

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Last updated March 29th 2019 by Karl Marx
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Last updated July 19th 2009 by carnkie

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Major Mining Region

Perranwharf Port belongs to the Camborne and Redruth region.

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