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With its banks lined by Oak trees, the Carrick Roads (Cornish: Dowr Carrek, meaning "rock anchorage") is the estuary of the River Fal on the south coast of Cornwall. It joins the English Channel at its southern end near Falmouth. It is a large flooded valley created after the Ice age by the melt waters that caused the sea level to rise dramatically, creating a large natural harbour which is navigable from Falmouth to Truro.

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Autumn on the Carrick Roads (2016)


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