There will be many who, at first glance of this picture, will say "Well, it all looks just the same as it does today". And it is and yet it isn't the same. Just look at the difference the invention of digital cameras has made to the quality of the photo.
And just look at how many green fields have been covered by housing since 1910 but we were surprised to see just how many of the 1910 houses are still there. There are other old landmarks to be seen, starting with the Great Western Railway's jetty which was the Kingswear station but not the end of the line. You could book through to Dartmouth, then get on a passenger ferry using your railway ticket. This ferry took you to a jetty on the Dartmouth side on which the GWR had built one of their proper stations (now a restaurant), complete with amenities such as a ladies' waiting room and a left luggage office but without a railway track or a train.