Bow alias Nymet TraceyA village located on the main road from Okehampton to Crediton in Devon. The parish church is located at Nymet Tracey, a tiny hamlet located to the south of Bow village.
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View of graveyard.
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Entrance to churchyard.
Looking west towards Okehampton.
Farm house next to Bow Parish Church.
Signpost in centre of village giving distances (miles) to local destinations. Notice how close Spreyton and Whiddon Down are which were part of South Tawton parish.
Looking east toward Crediton.
The White Hart Inn can be seen on the left in this photo.
Western edge of the village looking east. The houses on the right are 20th century additions.
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This historic hotel was once run by Gilbert Mallett in the early 1800's. His family lived in Okehampton and Petrockstowe, some of whom later moved to Berkshire. These people are connected to the South Tawton branch.
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Old sign on building exterior, probably 1950's or may be older. Notice the Automobile Association (AA) symbols on it.
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Sign on building exterior. Notice the careless paint marks around the edge. These signs are worth quite a bit of money; the major brewery chains sometimes use these to make their theme pubs seem more authentic!
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View of the fireplace - this has been in use for 400 years!
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Rear window as seen from the courtyard.
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View of the back of the building as seen from the rear courtyard.