The Long Cross, an Early Christian Memorial Stone and Medieval Wayside Cross, and a Post-Medieval Guide Post 400m North of Trelights
County Council (Unitary)
SR990990 (198982, 79733)
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The guidepost is situated at the Long Cross junction. It has a square-section granite shaft, some 1.5 metre high, and is surmounted by a rectangular granite capstone with a slightly domed top. The sides of the slab are incised with the destinations along the four roads they face, as follows; to the north east `Roscarrock¿, to the south east `Port Isaac¿, to the south west `Padstow¿, and to the north west `Portquin¿. The upper western edge of the shaft has been repaired with a new section of granite and the western corner of the direction slab has also been fractured.
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