Southbourne railway station is a railway station serving the village of Southbourne in West Sussex, England.
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Petersfield
Petersfield is a market town and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 17 miles (27 km) north of Portsmouth, via the A3 road. The town has its own railway station on the Portsmouth Direct Line, the mainline rail link connecting Portsmouth and London. Situated on the northern slopes of the South Downs, Petersfield lies wholly within the South Downs National Park.
Latitude: 51° 00' 17.82" N
Longitude: 0° 56' 1.50" E
Articles of interest in Petersfield
288 Articles of interest near Petersfield, United KingdomShow all articles in the map
Shulbrede Priory is a former medieval monastic house in West Sussex, England; which became the home of the Ponsonby family, including the first Lord Ponsonby. It is a Grade I listed building.
Shottermill & Haslemere F.C. is an English football club based in Haslemere, Surrey.
Selborne Priory was a priory of Augustinian canons in Selborne, Hampshire, England.
The Rural Life Centre is in Tilford, Surrey near Farnham in southern England. It is a museum of country life assembled by Mr and Mrs Henry Jackson and is run by a charitable trust. It is covers over 10 acres (40,000 m2) of field, woodland and barns,…
The River Ems is a river that flows through the English counties of West Sussex and Hampshire, before flowing into Chichester Harbour and thence the sea. Its source is about 0.5 miles (800 m) east of Stoughton, in West Sussex, and its mouth is at Em…
Portsbridge Creek (also Port Creek, Ports Creek and Canal Creek) is a tidal waterway that runs between Portsea Island and the mainland from Langstone Harbour to Tipner Lake.
Portchester Community School is a mixed comprehensive community school for 11–16 year olds in Portchester, England.
Ludshott Common and Waggoners Wells (the latter sometimes written with an apostrophe: Waggoners' Wells) is a National Trust reserve; Ludshott Common is an area of heathland and Waggoners Wells a series of man-made ponds with a connecting stream.
Hayling United F.C. is a football club based on Hayling Island in Hampshire, England. The club is affiliated to the Hampshire Football Association, and is a FA Charter Standard club.
Hayling Island (called South Hayling until 1892) was a station on Hayling Island in southeastern Hampshire, England.
Drayton is a residential area of the city of Portsmouth in the English county of Hampshire.
Warblington railway station serves the Warblington and Denvilles suburbs of Havant in Hampshire.
The Curtis Museum in Alton, is a local history museum in Hampshire, England.
Copnor is an area of Portsmouth, England, located on the eastern side of Portsea Island. As Copenore, it was one of the three villages listed as being on Portsea Island in the Domesday book.
The Chichester to Silchester Way is a Roman Road between Chichester in South-East England, which as Noviomagus was capital of the Regnenses, and Silchester or Calleva Atrebatum, capital of the Atrebates.
Camp Down is a location at Portsdown Hill, Hampshire, which was used as an Admiralty semaphore station and later as a redoubt on the line of Palmerston Forts, Portsmouth.
The Bat & Ball Inn near Clanfield, Hampshire, England, is an historic eighteenth century pub situated opposite the Broadhalfpenny Down cricket ground, the original home of the Hambledon Club. It is traditionally, though erroneously, called "the crad…