Walking Through History (2013) – S2, Ep3 Smuggler’s Cornwall

Smuggler’s Cornwall

In the late 18th century there was a sure-fire way to earn a living along the Cornish coast: smuggling. The tiny secretive harbours, beaches and secluded coves were ideal for the infamous illicit imports: brandy for the parson, tobacco for the clerk – It’s also great walking country, as Tony discovers in his four-day trek along the stunning coastline between Plymouth and Falmouth.

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