A St Ives landmark which has been home to artists and fishermen for 150 years is back in use.
Porthmeor Studios has undergone a £4 million facelift. It was in such a poor state, parts of the building were in danger of collapse.
In a remarkable transformation, the fishermen are now housed in former pilchard cellars and the artists above them in newly renovated studios.
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