Pictures of the Village of Meavy
Showing Meavy in its rural setting on the south western fringe of Dartmoor.
The village of Meavy with Sheeps Tor and the moorland of Dartmoor beyond.
Taken from Roborough Down looking east.
Taken on a summers day looking north, from up above Marchant's Cross on the south side of the Meavy valley.
A picture postcard of Meavy taken about 1900. From the left, the first building is Mill Cottage. Next is The Mill, and if you look closely you can just about see the mill wheel on the right. The large house and barns is Meavy Barton Farm. Behind the barns is St. Peter's Church, the Meavy parish church. The cottage in front of the church was a shop and post office. The Royal Oak Inn is on the right, partly hidden by the old oak tree.
And the same view in 2000.
And again in April 2018.
The village as seen from the top of St. Peter's Church tower.
Meavy viewed from the slopes of Ringmoor Down.
For more pictures of South West Dartmoor see Views of Dartmoor.