This helpful chap pointed us in the right direction.
Some parts have hardly changed at all except for the invasion of horseless
carriages, already under way in the early 1900s.
In other parts of the town there are markedly fewer people on the streets
than there were a hundred years ago. Sadly no horse fairs and no markets are
held here now.
In the days when drovers sometimes herded 2000 cattle a day
through its streets, this little town had 22 inns. There is a fraction of this
number now, but the oldest, the 13th century Black Bull Inn, still welcomes
weary time travellers.