Interactive: Honiton Through Time
PUBLISHED: 13:57 06 April 2017 | UPDATED: 12:39 18 April 2017
Take a journey through time with our interactive photo slider.
Honiton based landscape photographer and author, Gary Holpin, takes his readers on a journey through Honiton’s past with his latest book, ‘Honiton Through Time’.
Try out our interactive photo slider and see how Honiton has changed over the centuries. Move the sliders left and right to see photos of Honiton then and now.
The Shambles stood in the High Street from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century; it was a group of buildings which stood in the middle of the widest part of the High Street near the Angel Inn. Moving the slider reveals how The Shambles has transformed over the centuries in to today’s modern street market.
In New Street C. 1887, firemen attended this major fire. Few of Honiton’s ancient buildings remain due to a number of major destructive fires throughout its history. Picture then and now as seen from the railway bridge.
The Exeter Road toll house and gate, also known as ‘Turks Head Gate’, seen here in 1860 and how it looks today.
Modern photos and information courtesy of Gary Holpin and Honiton Through Time. Historic photos courtesy of Amberley Publishing and available to order at: https://www.amberley-books.com/honiton-through-time.html.
See more of Gary’s work at www.garyholpin.co.uk.
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