The Exeter to Plymouth line hugs the coast at Dawlish, Devon, England
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EXETER, UK: Exeter’s historic quayside dates back to Roman times, although the quayside as it appears today was built between 1564 and 1566 by John Trew to allow for deliveries of goods and resources to the city. It was first used as a port but is now mostly used for leisure, with many restaurants, bars and independently-owned shops. Did you know: In 1680, when the wool industry reached its peak, Quay House was built at the quayside to store clothes and other goods. Exeter: Home to blur…
Exeter Guildhall - Exeter, Devon, England, UK
North Tawton, Devon UK. Where BBC's Clatterford is filmed. So cute!
New Street in Plymouth's Barbican district. This is the oldest part of the city and survived the Blitz mostly unscathed. Amongst the tudor buildings is the National Trust Elizabethan House museum, Devon, England