LEVANT MINE DISASTER (29 October 1919) | Cornwall: The day after the disaster. 'Something snapped - perhaps an iron cap or bolt - and what has been described as a living pillar of men, dropped down the man engine shaft, crushing many to death, mangling more with debris of breaking wood and metal - the beam of the man engine, the ladder ways in the side of the main shaft, and the platforms cut in the side of the shaft.' Among the dead - J. Vingoe Trembath, (25) single of Bojewyan.✫ღ⊰n
vintage photo of woman fish monger carrying 2 gigantic fish through the market
You can’t stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. — Winnie the Pooh/Christopher Robin via A.
Bal maids at the china clay mines.
Landscape with cows, sheep and shepherdess, Jean-Etienne Liotard, 1761