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  • Old Exe Bridge
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  • Old Exe Bridge
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  • Old Exe Bridge
    by johngayton

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  • 1. House That Moved

    One of Exeter's oldest, and most interesting, buildings now sits rather incongruously on the corner of West Street and Edmund Street looking out onto the inner-city ring road. The actual date of its...

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  • 2. Left Luggage

    Because of the spate of terrorist bombings around the UK over the last few decades most of the railway stations no longer offer left-luggage facilities and the same is true here in Exeter. However the...

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  • 3. High Street

    Exeter - a great place for shopping! The modern High Street and the surrounding streets are packed full of modern up-to-date shops, such as Marks and Spencer, Debenhams, Topshop, and fast food...

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  • 4. Main Post Office

    In the UK you can buy postage stamps from all sorts of outlets including newsagents, supermarkets, gift shops and many other places. However these stamps are only for internal UK mail and so if you...

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  • 5. Old Exe Bridge

    Historical evidence suggests that during Exeter's Saxon and Roman periods the river was much more tidal than it is now and was easily fordable at low tides. The first known bridge was completed around...

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  • 6. Cafe Society

    This is the specialty of Devon: tea served with scones, jam and clotted cream.... definitely sinful!!!! But you have to try it if you go to Devon: it's so good!! Walking with my Isca School friends...

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  • 7. History

    Because of its strategic location, Exeter was besieged by the Danes in the 9th and 11th centuries, by William the Conqueror in 1068, by Yorkists in the 15th century and by religious factions in the...

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  • 8. Visitor Information Office

    To give it it's full title, the Exeter Visitor Information and Tickets office (EVIT) is located at the back of Paris Street Civic Centre, which is opposite the bus station. Here you can get all the...

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  • 9. Mols Coffee House

    Situated in the Cathedral Yard this is where Sir Francis Drake and his Captains are supposed to have discussed their tactics for repelling the Spanish Armada. Sir Walter Raleigh also drank...

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