Anyone who has driven through the lanes and quiet roads of Cornwall will tell you they can be perilous places. The unwary driver has often been caught out by unexpected bends, twists, turns and even sudden drops. Many of the lanes around Looe pass along the clifftops and wooded valleys, meaning extra care needs to be taken when exploring by car. These unavoidable perils are represented in Barrow Hill, with road signs, bollards and warnings captured directly from the real world.

Matt looking for trolls and goblins. One of the lanes built for Barrow Hill.

Left: A twisting woodland road near Duloe. Multimap
Right: The perilous bends around Barrow Hill.

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