Today I visited Trevemper, digger still on site, out-buildings are indeed gone, a bit of rail is ready for scrap and the stop block still pokes out of the ground, of greater interest is the roofless Brick Derelict building beside the track. An attractive goodshed with jib from attic it spans 3 stories, simple alcoves facing the siding to the north on the middle floor, it's ground floor faces the road to the south. All this was hidden by the now demolished structures. Not ornate it was functional but purpose built for security.
There is a hint that the line could have gone further west, a pillar on the next site could have supported track for coal discharge at Lee's Coalyard.
The grounded wagon is gone, as Newquay expands this site increases in value, development will now take place.
I have photographed what I saw today and as always missed some parts. Must go back! Indeed, he did, on the 1st November 2014, - today Peter wrote Have the South side view. From the street side no permission required. Unable to identify ownership, no one at the car site which had public access to it's yard to view cars for sale. So took west end elevation.
Thank you for going to so much trouble Peter, your time and effort is much appreciated.