We're just working on integrating the camera today, so it should all be up by tomorrow hopefully! But when done, we should have an amazing 200Mbps connection, which should make the webcam images much smoother! Anyone else heard that the Harbour are going to ban fishing with rods? I am in Warwickshire but got some builders doing a roof at Longsteps. Not checking up on them, just interested to know if they can crack on or not.Enter Comment Here I felt I had to comment on this - I have been looking at this camera for years and it is lovely to see how the weather and tides are down in beautiful Fowey when I can't be there myself.The preset locations include Ferrymans Cottage Deck, the Bodinnick Ferry Slipway, the Old Ferry Inn Pub, the Bodinnick Phonebox, Daphne De Mauriers old house, the Station Road Slipway and Mixtow.A Google Map of the viewable locations is available Hi John Sorry you are having difficulty.I just checked using Safari browser and all seems ok! This webcam is a free service, and we work hard to keep it going, so that everyone can use it. We don't restrict public use, but we do expect users to be polite and considerate, unlike the previous two comments.Perhaps try a different browser - though ithe webcam should work just fine with all major browsers Looks rather pleasant, hope the wearher stays for your visit. We have had recent water ingress in the housing and some cabling issues. Rest assured our head team member is travelling to Cornwall tomorrow. So, Pete and Blue, please feel free to go and use another webcam. Lovely place, but not a great advert for the area really.
You have a whole new set of we fans- Hi to SWW, and its contractors, who are using the webcam to monitor their emergency works on the slip.In the same way, you could see straight into two other private homes overlooking the river; should Kits and Bill, their guests and holiday tenants also have their windows screened from Peeping Toms?I was able to watch the movements of people waiting alone on the slipway at night, could distinguish the number plates of cars on the ferry in the day, and see with exceptional clarity young families playing on the old slipway on the Fowey side, blissfully unaware that I or anyone else was watching them.The slip's closed to the public but some are still getting in!I think SWW owe you a discount on your bill for your hospitality! BT installed the new optical fibres and router on time (very impressed), so we now have 200Mb internet. The webcam will be down for the next couple of weeks, as BT will be installing new optical fibres to the premises. This spot is getting so popular that you have to check first!These are the people who are sucking the life out of our society with their (media driven) belief that danger lurks around every corner and that it must be stopped at all costs. When I first discovered the Fowey webcam, I was delighted.