Stepcote, Exeter, Devon - This street is one of the oldest surviving parts of Exeter, located in the West Quarter. Its name comes from the Old English word for steep. The hill has been used as the main route into Exeter from the river since Roman times.

Stepcote Hill, Exeter, UK - in 1270 it was referred to as Styppecotehyll, and had become Stepcote Hill by according to a deed.

Mol's Coffee House, Exeter by Derek Voller, via Geograph. Said to be England's oldest coffee house, circa 1596 and meeting place of Sir Francis Drake the first English navigator to sail around the world in 1577-1580.

~Mol's Coffee House, Exeter by Derek Voller, via Geograph. Said to be England's oldest coffee house, circa 1596 and meeting place of Sir Francis Drake the first English navigator to sail around the world in

Amazing!!! My future home someday, England

A portal to a door and window draped in wisteria. Lovely combination in Exeter, Devon, England photo by Charmiene Maxwell-batten

Exeter Guildhall - Exeter, Devon, England, UK

The Guildhall stood on this spot for over 600 years with the current frontage added in the

Exter Underground Passages ~ Discover medieval passageways that stretch under the city's streets at this visitor attraction in the heart of the city centre

Exeter Underground Passages ~ Discover medieval passageways that stretch under the city's streets at this visitor attraction in the heart of the city centre

Door in Exeter - walked past it a million of times and never taken a photo...

Door in Exeter - walked past it a million of times and never taken a photo.

Exeter, England: Stepcote Hill by Lee Snider, via Dreamstime

Photo about Charming brick and half-timbered houses dating to the century line Stepcote Hill with its cobblestone street in Exeter, England - 20184394

Fore Street, Exeter

Fore Street, Exeter

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