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The Globe Hotel, Chagford – Then and Now

When comparing two pictures taken 90 years apart of the Globe Hotel (Inn) in Chagford, it is remarkable how very little has changed. The Globe Inn is an early 16th century coaching inn and was originally named the ‘Gregory’s Arms’. It is said to be haunted.

The post attempts to merge the two photographs together of the hotel from 1931 and 2021 in a series, with a gradual change between each one slowly revealing the minor differences between the two aforementioned years.

0. Cover Picture
The Globe Hotel (Inn) from 1931 and 2021
1. Globe 1931
The Globe Hotel was originally a post house. The London and South West Railway (L.S.W.R) used to pick up from here transferring passengers to and from Exeter St. David’s Station
2. Globe 1931 0pt and 2021
The two photographs merged with no edge softening
3. Globe 1931 25pt and 2021
The two photographs merged with 25 point softening of the 1931 view
4. Globe 1931 50pt and 2021
The two photographs merged with 50 point softening of the 1931 view
5. Globe 1931 75pt and 2021
The two photographs merged with 75 point softening of the 1931 view
6. Globe 1931 100pt and 2021
The two photographs merged with 100 point softening of the 1931 view
7. Globe 2021
2021 view.
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