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Helford Passage Dinghy Panorama
England
Helford Passage is a secluded spot on the Falmouth side of the Helford River. Helford Passage is the location of the Ferry Boat Inn and the embarkation point for the passenger ferry across the Helford River to Helford village on the Lizard peninsula. This picturesque location is a good starting point for a walk to Swanpool.
Copyright: Mark vanstone
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Uploaded: 25/11/2012
Updated: 17/07/2014
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Tags: helford passage; beach; dinghy; cornwall; estuary
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