Queen Street 1918
Whilst a lot has changed in the last 100 years, Newton Abbot's Queen Street and the site of Coast & Country's office is surprisingly recognisable. Whilst almost nothing in the photo retains the same use it had in 1918, the buildings themselves are mostly unchanged.
Coast & Country was at the time a restaurant, the church is now home to WBW Solicitors - incidentally both C&C & WBW are celebrating 30 years in current premises this year. Complete & Low Cost Carpets, as well as the flats above formed part of the building which, in 1918, was the Imperial Electric Theatre and Coffee Couture was home to tearooms.
Fast forward to today, and Quenn Street is home to us at Coast & Country!