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Padstow Harbour
England

Padstow is a town and fishing port on the Camel Estuary in North Cornwall. It's been made famous in recent times by the TV chef Rick Stein whose restaurant is just round the corner from this view. Padstow is also famous for the 'Obby Oss' festival which takes place on the 1st of May each year and has done for longer than anyone can remember.

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Uploaded: 26/09/2011
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Tags: padstow; cornwall; harbour; port; boat; sea
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