Keble Martin Chapel

This is a small broken down building built and used as a place to bunk down by Keble himself and his friends. Keble was a son of the Reverend in Dartington. The chapel itself appears to be a round shelter, similar to a tinners hut, with one stone having a cross engraved into it. The chapel sits between Huntingdon Warren and Pupers Hill, alongside the Western Wella Brook. It also sits near to the wheal house of Huntingdon Mine.

The cross at Keble Martin
The wall below is part of Keble Martins Chapel with Huntongdon Warren in the distance
The wheal house of Huntingdon Mine