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Walk Through Time - Camborne
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South Crofty Tin Mine
South Crofty by Tristan Barrett

Take a walk through the world renowned mining town of Camborne. Follow our virtual tour below, and find out more about Camborne's architecture and history.

Please note our actual walks have now finished but you can take the virtual walk or print out the pages and do the walk whenever you want!

Walk details
Start point: Camborne Library, The Cross, Camborne, TR14 8HA
Ordnance Survey: Explorer 316 - map ref:159655
Distance: approx 2km (1.2 miles)
Time: approx 2 hours
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You will see a variety of historical buildings in the fascinating town of Camborne, and hear the stories from the people who live there.

Getting there:
Camborne is located in the Kerrier district of Cornwall and is well signposted and easily accessible from the A30.

Rail: Camborne is accessible from London and the North with its station on Cornwall's main branch line.

Bus: The bus station is situated in the town and is served by local buses in addition to national coaches from London and the Midlands.

Walk conditions
The walk itself takes in much of the town centre of Camborne, so it is mainly flat, and wheelchair/pushchair friendly.

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