Alexandra Park, Portsmouth, was opened in 1907 and was a place of recreation for the people of Portsea Island. It provided lawns, flowers beds, paths and seats; it was an area to escape the toils of inner city life in the early twentieth century. Th…
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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
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All Saints' Church is an Anglican church in Alton, Hampshire, England.
Windmill Down is a rural location near the town of Hambledon in Hampshire.
Tuxlith Chapel, also known as Milland Old Church, is a redundant Anglican church in the village of Milland, West Sussex, England (grid reference SU 825 282).
Trafalgar Wharf is a shipyard in Portsmouth accommodating marine engineering businesses ranging from sailmakers and boat brokers to boat builders.
The Old Rectory is a privately owned historic house located in West Sussex in the village of Chidham.
The Elms is an historic house in Old Bedhampton, near Havant, Hampshire in England. It is a Grade II listed building The house was built in the 17th Century and improved in the Gothic revival style during the 18th. Midway through the 19th century th…
The Station Theatre is a small amateur dramatics theatre located in the village of West Town, Hayling Island, Hampshire, England which is run for the people of Hayling Island. It was converted from the derelict railway goods shed into a 144 seat the…
St Mary's Church, Hayling Island is a parish church in the Church of England in the parish of Portsmouth in Hampshire.
Singleton railway station served the village of Singleton in the county of West Sussex in England. The station was on the former line between Chichester and Midhurst.
Ropley CofE Primary School is located in the village of Ropley in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England.
Rogate railway station, also known variously as Rogate for Harting, and Rogate and Harting, supposedly served these two villages in the county of West Sussex in England.
The River Lod is a short river draining about 52 km2 (20 sq mi) of north west Sussex. The source is on Marley Heights near Haslemere, about 140 metres above sea level. From here it flows west past Linchmere, then south to Furnace Pond, where iron ca…
Paulsgrove Halt was a railway station opened in 1928 to serve the adjacent Portsmouth Racecourse, a pony racing stronghold. The racecourse, and station, lay in the Paulsgrove district of Portsmouth, southern England, rather than the modern area now …
Paulsgrove Football Club is a football club based in the Paulsgrove area of Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. The club is affiliated to the Hampshire Football Association. The club is an FA Charter Standard club.
Northney is a village on Hayling Island in the borough of Havant in the county of Hampshire, England. It is on the north coast of the island, east of where the A3023 meets the shore of the island and north of North Hayling.
North Hayling station was a halt on the single track Hayling Island branch, most often used to load oysters caught by local fishermen, but also ornithologists and ramblers. The station, along with the line was closed, in 1963. The station was locate…