You can see these photos as they are today on the Littleham Link

In Littleham there still remains Tythe Cottage which is now used as a tearoom. In 1883 it was used for church services whilst Littleham Church was restored .Lady Nelson is buried in Littleham Churchyard and where the car park is now, just below her grave there used to be a row of cottages which had a reputation as a smugglers haunt.

This is Littleham Cross in 1900.As you can see, there are only two shops. One was Wilson's and the other the Dairy.

There was a railway line at Littleham until it was axed in the sixties by Beeching. This shows Littleham Station where the passengers are waiting for the train to Budleigh Salterton.

This is the village as it used to look. The cottages over the bridge were demolished in 1830 as they were considered unfit for human habitation. In their time they had a reputation as a smugglers haunt. Lady Nelsons grave is situated in the churchyard behind the cottages.