A brief visit to the town on a glorious Sunday morning. Very colourful hanging baskets approaching the Town centre from Westgate Street.
The town centre. The area around the monument looks like it is newly pedestrianised.
Bright new flagstones.
One of the 1914/18 war memorial panels. Note the name at the bottom is for a nurse. Very unusual to see a nurse remembered in this way.
The very ornate and unusual church of St Mary Magdalene completed in 1542.
Elaborate granite carvings around the entrance.
Just about every stone is carved.
Looking through the town gate down Southgate Street.
The Bakers Arms, Southgate Street. Click on the panel to read the details.
The Town Gate .
Another view of Southgate Street
Returning to the car along Westgate Street.
The original stone carving above the Natwest bank.
A distant view of the 12th century Launceston Castle keep.