Cremyll Fuel Oil Depot

Author SofaKing - Last updated: 21.11.2012

We visited this yesterday on our one day Cornish road trip. I can find very little about what this place was originally used for but the information I can gather from other sites, is that it was used for storing fuel. It was a nice relaxed explore (Thank god for public footpaths) meaning we could wonder about and see everything without the threat of security


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Cremyll 1 by Sofa-King Original, on Flickr

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Cremyll 2 by Sofa-King Original, on Flickr

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Cremyll 3 by Sofa-King Original, on Flickr

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Cremyll 4 by Sofa-King Original, on Flickr

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Cremyll 5 by Sofa-King Original, on Flickr

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Krew by Sofa-King Original, on Flickr
Le crew


Oh we didn’t only do Urbex; we also rode this beast


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