The Old Bus Station – Barnstaple Then & Now

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Barnstaple’s old bus station on the Strand, Then & Now

The Imperial Hotel – Barnstaple Then & Now

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Barnstaple’s Imperial Hotel, Then & Now

4 Queen Street – Barnstaple Then & Now

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Then & Now slider featuring number 4 Queen Street, then Rowe’s stores, now Webber’s Estate Agents.

98 High Street – Barnstaple Then & Now

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98 Barnstaple High Street … I do like a vintage shopfront. Shame the lamppost has changed position at some point though! 🙂

Barnstaple Square – Then & Now

Then & Now composite of Barnstaple Square. Move the “slider” from side to side to compare the changes.

Litchdon Street – Penrose Almsouses


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Litchdon Street & Penrose Almshouses – Barnstaple Then & Now

Horse & Groom – Olive Branch – Barnstaple Then & Now


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Interesting Then & Now composition using an old photo taken during the widening of Barnstaple’s Queen Street. If you’ve ever been in the Olive Branch and wondered why it’s long & thin – here’s why. Well, you’ve probably never wondered why The Olive Branch is long & thin – but now you don’t need to. 😉

Newport Road – Barnstaple Then & Now

 

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A “Then & Now” slider composition of Newport Road, Barnstaple

Barnstaple Strand – Then & Now


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100 years between these two photographs taken down on Barnstaple’s Strand, but with the exception of disappearance of the building nearest to the camera on the right – the old fish market – not really a lot of difference between them at all