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Newlyn Harbour Old Quay

Newlyn Harbour is mentioned as early as 1435. This quay belongs to the old part of the harbour and is still used today, incorporated into the new harbour.

A plaque on the building on the old quay, celebrates the 150th anniversary of the fishing lugger, 'Mystery', who left on the 18th November 1854 bound for Australia. She arrived in Hobson's Bay, Melbourne on the 14th March 1855.

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