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A photo essay of the Guildhall Shopping Centre in Exeter that was known as the 'Golden Heart' during its development in the Tiverton Devon, Exeter City, Exeter Devon, Places In England, Devon And Cornwall, Golden Heart, Salisbury, Photo Essay, Garages

Guildhall Centre

A photo essay of the Guildhall Shopping Centre in Exeter that was known as the 'Golden Heart' during its development in the 1970s.

A selection of photographs of Heavitree from showing people, places and events. Exeter Devon, Devon Uk, Photo Essay, Old Pictures, Family History, Genealogy, Buildings, Photographs, Old Things

Heavitree photo essay

A selection of photographs of Heavitree from 1900, showing people, places and events.

A history of Bear Street, that linked Cathedral Yard with South Street. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Exeter Devon, Devon Uk, Jacobean, Somerset, Britain, Cathedral, Old Things

Bear Street

A history of Bear Street, that linked Cathedral Yard with South Street.

Bab el Had, Rabat, c. Devon Uk, Exeter, Photo Essay, Old Pictures, Historical Photos, Family History, Beautiful Places, City, Outdoor

Heavitree photo essay

A selection of photographs of Heavitree from 1900, showing people, places and events.

"I don't like text in art, but walking along this road holding the hand of a girl I loved was the happiest I've ever been. Letter Wall, Exeter, Inspiration Boards, Love Letters, Wall Mount, Vanity, Walking, Classy, Inspirational

Blackall Road

A history of Blackall Road, from the prison to Pennsulvania

A history of Bear Street, that linked Cathedral Yard with South Street. Exeter Devon, Times Square, Cathedral, Tower, Street View, Bear, Travel, Rook, Viajes

Bear Street

A history of Bear Street, that linked Cathedral Yard with South Street.

Exeter Memories - Cathedral Close, Green and Yard Exeter, Cathedral, Street View, Yard, Memories, Places, Green, Memoirs, Patio

Exeter Memories - Cathedral Close, Green and Yard

Exeter Coffee Tavern token (reverse) - The Exeter Coffee Tavern was established in with their main coffee house situated in the High S. Exeter City, Memorial Museum, City Council, Coffee, Places, Crafts, House, Kaffee, Manualidades

Crafts and Industries

Exeter Coffee Tavern token (reverse) - The Exeter Coffee Tavern was established in 1880, with their main coffee house situated in the High S...

Exeter Coffee Tavern token (obverse) - The Exeter Coffee Tavern was established in with their main coffee house situated in the High S. Exeter City, Memorial Museum, Art Gallery, Flipping, Packaging Design, Coins, Collections, Coffee, House

Crafts and Industries

Exeter Coffee Tavern token (obverse) - The Exeter Coffee Tavern was established in 1880, with their main coffee house situated in the High S...

The Common Seal of Exeter The Deed, Exeter, 12th Century, Devon, Norman, Seal, Personalized Items, Harbor Seal

Norman Town

Writing in the mid 12th century, the author of The Deeds of Stephen described Exeter thus:Exeter is a large town, with very ancient walls built by the Roman emperors, the fourth place, they say, in England, abundantly supplied with fish from the sea,

Medieval roof finial - This quaint earthenware animal was found when foundations were dug for the tower of the Roman Catholic church in Sou. Late Middle Ages, 11th Century, Exeter, Roman Catholic, Somerset, Earthenware, Medieval, Lion Sculpture, Tower

Medieval City

After the vigorous growth of the 10th and 11th centuries, Exeter experienced a prolonged period of more modest success in the later middle ages. Nevertheless it functioned as a regional centre for much of Devon and Somerset, with its markets and fair

Hooked fasteners - These hooked fasteners of copper alloy are of characteristic type of late Saxon artefact. Each was pierced with three hol. Alfred The Great, Exeter, Fasteners, Copper, Type, Brass

Saxon Town

After centuries when Exeter was virtually abandoned (excepting its monastery), town life was re-established at Exeter in late Saxon times. It is probably King Alfred the Great (AD 871-899) who should be credited with its re-foundation., A new street

| Bear Inn |The House of the Abbots of Tavistock is shown in brown and the entrance to the Bear Inn yard is shown in blue. Tavistock, Exeter, Entrance, Yard, Brown, Blue, Entryway, Patio, Door Entry

| Bear Inn |The House of the Abbots of Tavistock is shown in brown and the entrance to the Bear Inn yard is shown in blue.