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Ditsworthy Warren House used as a location for the film "War Horse"

Nuns Cross Farm, Dartmoor in Devon, England

pagewoman: “ Bleak House III by Paul Morgan on Fivehundredpx Nuns Cross Farm, near Princetown, Dartmoor, Devon, England ”

One of my favorite little villages in England!!!!  Have a picture of my husband driving across this bridge.  Castle Combe, England

Castle Combe, Wiltshire, England the beautiful bridge leading in to the center of the village

Ditsworthy warren house. Was used as the Devonshire farm in War Horse. Based on Dartmoor a few miles from Sheepstor in West Devon

Ditsworthy warren house. Was used as the Devonshire farm in War Horse. Based on Dartmoor a few miles from Sheepstor in West Devon

St. Ives, Cornwall - A view of the entrance to Fore Steet. Devoid of cars, but even then the street was narrow enough to cause congestion with horse drawn transport.  From the costume it would appear to have been taken in the Edwardian era or just before WWI.

St. Ives, Cornwall - A view of the entrance to Fore Steet. Devoid of cars, but even then the street was narrow enough to cause congestion with horse drawn transport. From the costume it would appear to have been taken in the Edwardian era or just before WWI.

The real-life War Horse: Incredible story of stallion nicknamed ‘The Sikh’ who WALKED back to Britain from Russia after spending years delivering supplies to troops

Story of the heroic War Horse who braved the trenches

War Horse -- The horse - nicknamed The Sikh - was one of the one million horses sent to battle during the First World War. The animal (pictured with Lt. Vicary) dodged shellfire and grenades as it delivered supplies to bloodied troops

James Ravilious (22 August 1939 – 29 September 1999): Men setting up stooks, Chulmleigh, August 1989

James Ravilious August 1939 – 29 September Men setting up stooks, Chulmleigh, August 1989

Napoleonic Prisoner of War Bone Model of a 78 Gun Ship (1700 to 1900	 Anglo French ). Bone, horse hair, metal pins

Napoleonic Prisoner of War Bone Model of a 78 Gun Ship to 1900 Anglo French ).

The sheer physical beauty of the horse and the magnificent landscape of rural Devon, England, makes the first section of War Horse a feast for the eyes, as stalwart young lad Albert (Jeremy Irvine, in his film debut) struggles to channel the high-strung energy of newly bought horse Joey into plowing a rocky field. A destructive rainstorm forces Albert's father (Peter Mullan, Boy A) to sell Joey to an army captain (Tom Hiddleston, Thor) who takes the horse into the battlefields of World War…

Director Steven Spielberg's epic World War I drama details the remarkable bond between a man named Albert (Jeremy Irvine) and his loyal horse, Joey. Adapted from the novel by Michael Morpurgo, WAR HOR

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