Buildings & Structures

St Michael's Chapel At Rame Head

A feast of stock images of buildings and structures from all over the magnificently varied county of Cornwall. Featured, amongst other things are a host of engine houses, bridges, churches, chapels, harbours, towns, villages, castles, towers and celtic crosses

The king of the bridges might just be Brunel’s bridge across the river Tamer which was completed in 1859, and is perhaps the most famous in Cornwall. But there are other Cornish stock photo gems such as Treffry Viaduct and The Old Iron Bridge on the Camel Trail near Padstow

You can’t get much more Cornish than a photograph of a Celtic Cross and one of the biggest and most impressive of these sits atop Carn Brea

Probably the most iconic Cornish images of them all however has to be those of the old mining engine houses which dot the landscapes and windswept scenes across the county. You’ll find some handsome examples here for your next stock photograph portraying Cornwall’sa bundant mining heritage.

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  • Christian Cross Looking Out From Dodman Point
  • Christian Cross At Dodman Point
  • Caerhays Castle
  • Caerhays Castle And Beach
  • Caerhays Castle, Beach And Sea
  • St Just Church In Gorran Haven
  • Gorran Haven Quayside With Crystal Clear Sea
  • Gorran Haven Beach In Summer Sunshine
  • Gorran Haven And South West Coast Path Cliffs Panoramic
  • Gorran Haven Harbour And Beach Panoramic
  • Gorran Haven Harbour And Beach
  • Portmellon with Stand Up Paddle Boarder