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Posted By: JSHarrisCornish signage is a bit bizarre because it reflects the importance of places in the past, and often those places have little importance to us today. A good example is Gweek, a tiny place with a single pub and shop, yet there are signs pointing to it for miles around. The reason is that it used to be a significant port from Roman times up until the late Tudor period, so was an important place when the roads were built. The port has long since silted up and disappeared, but the road network remains pretty much as it did hundreds of years ago.
Posted By: JSHarrisA good example is Gweek
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