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dangex001. Caerhays Castle, just west of Gorran Haven near Mevagissey in the St Austell area of Cornwall.
dangex001n. From the car park. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 03-08-2013)
dangex002. Porthluney Cove Beach, just by Caerhays Castle.
dangex002n. A grim July day by the Cornish seaside. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 03-08-2013)
dangex003. O'Sullivan and Lee on Porthluney Cove. More rocks.
dangex003n. And rocks won't let one down. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 03-08-2013)
dangex004. O'Sullivan on the beach.
dangex004n. Tide just a little higher. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 03-08-2013)
dangex005. Probably the castle.
dangex005n. Yes, it is. From inside the inner courtyard looking out (west). Not perfect as we should have stood further back but nice to see the match on the shadow. Lionel and Cynthia Sear with perfect timing for their visit to Caerhays. (I prefer the roses to the shed! SJ) (Modern Photo Added: 04-04-2014)
dangex006. Very castle-ish.
dangex006n. The main doorway which is at the north of the property. Lionel and Cynthia again with an amazingly accurate match.
(Modern Photo Added: 04-04-2014)
dangex007. O'Sullivan and Lee in the castle grounds. For comparison to the now, there is real wall above the protagonists' heads.
dangex007n. There is nowhere else within the property boundary that has the required flat grass with a walled background and it is at the east of the house looking east. The 'ruins' in the still look new and artificial IMHO. Lionel & Cynthia (Modern Photo Added: 04-04-2014)
dangex008. Jourdan looks over the grounds of the castle.
dangex008n. This is an interesting one. This is a window at the south of the property near the south east corner. Note that it is a window and not a door as inferred in the still. The sloping topped wall may be original but it is not there now. The wall in front of Louis Jourdain was temporary we imagine. Lionel and Cynthia with our thanks for great sleuthing. (Modern Photo Added: 04-04-2014)