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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.

Gandy Street, Exeter, Devon, England

Gandy Street, Exeter, Devon, England, UK Thought to be inspiration for Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter series as JK Rowling went to university in Exeter.

Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Exeter  One of England's most beautiful Medieval cathedrals.

Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Exeter One of England's most beautiful Medieval cathedrals. Absolutely breath taking to be inside and feel the history and love

The House that Moved, Exeter, Devon, England. This 14th century house was moved all because archaeologists couldn't bear to part with it, but the city needed to run a road right through the property it originally stood on so they moved it  Good job too! Photo  by Tollhouse Alan,

The House that Moved, Exeter, Devon, England. This century house was moved all because archaeologists couldn't bear to part with it, but the city needed to run a road right through the property it originally stood on so they moved it Good job too!

The village of Chagford and valley viewed from the roof of Castle Drogo, near Exeter, Devon, UK

The village of Chagford and valley viewed from the roof of Castle Drogo, near Exeter, Devon, UK Betty Neels

'Exeter', GWR poster, 1923-1947. by Carr, Leslie at Science and Society Picture Library

Exeter - Centre for Tours in Devon Art Print by National Railway Museum at King & McGaw

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