Pentreath/Caerthillian sub- page beach storm damage photos 2014

Between Kynance and Caerthillian lies the beach at Pentreath. Between 1752 and the 1820s, the cliffs were quarried for a mineral called Soapstone which was used in the manufacture of early english soft paste Porcelain at a number of "Factories" which included Vauxhall in London, and Worcester.

Timeline for comparison

Below; Two Photos of Pentreath Beach looking north towards Holestrow and Kynance. April 2011.

Below; Photos of Pentreath 2014- The sand has been removed by the storm activity of January and February 2014 exposing bedrock.

Below; Looking south towards Caerthillian