This memorial is in East Anstey church and commemorates Albert William Tarr who was killed on the railway line on the 8 January 1935.
The Carnarvon Arms hotel in Brushford was built by the earl of Carnarvon to serve his new market and benefit from the recently completed railway be
This line, now dismantled, played an important part in the business and social life of southern Exmoor between 1873 and 1966.
When a station was built at Brushford in 1873 it was named Dulverton although it lay a couple of miles from the town.
Exebridge lies mainly along the south side of the road either side of the river Exe.
Surveying a green lane to Tarr Steps
Lanacre or Landacre Bridge crosses the river Barle two miles west of Withypool village.
The Barle rises in the former Exmoor forest and now issues out of Pinkery or Pinkworthy Pond west of the Chains, the high moors in
Royal arms 1609 in Winsford church. Exmoor was not too remote to escape the outcome of conflict between king and parliament in the 1640s.
Plaque on a wall in Bridge Street, Dulverton marking the great height to which the floodwater rose.