EPW024691 ENGLAND (1928). South Common and the town, Southsea, from the south-west, 1928

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Title [EPW024691] South Common and the town, Southsea, from the south-west, 1928
Reference EPW024691
Date September-1928
Link
Place name SOUTHSEA
Parish SOUTHSEA
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 464745, 98165
Longitude / Latitude -1.0815691888089, 50.778877457192
National Grid Reference SZ647982

Pins

the king's theater.

NEOhoppy
Thursday 16th of July 2015 09:17:06 AM
a recent photo in the portsmouth news (june 2015) identified this building as starting life as an american themed rollar skating rink; before becoming a bus garage.

NEOhoppy
Thursday 16th of July 2015 09:14:57 AM
st. jude's r.c. church

NEOhoppy
Thursday 16th of July 2015 09:11:15 AM
this part of what is now waverley road used to be called saxe weimar road....guess ww1 put pay to that name!

NEOhoppy
Thursday 16th of July 2015 09:10:01 AM
St Mary's church Porstsea

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:47:39 AM
Trinity Methodist Church on the junction of Francis Avenue and Albert Road

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:46:29 AM
35 St Simon's Road. In the past the Sandown Hotel. along with 37 it currently forms part of Mayville High School

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:42:51 AM
5 Eastern Villas Road

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:40:52 AM
Site of what is now Wimbledon Park. The modern sports centre is on the left hand side of the site

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:39:22 AM
Rock gardens under construction

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:37:58 AM
69 Clarendon Road. Currently part of Mayville High School

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:36:46 AM
Kenilworth Lodge. Apparently once the home of a doctor with separate entrance for the surgery on Clarendon Road. Now part of Mayville High School

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:35:18 AM
St Simon's Church

Martin
Monday 17th of June 2013 11:30:11 AM
East Southsea railway station, fourteen years after closure. The route can still be traced today, obvious on maps and running through back gardens, but nothing remains of these station buildings, despite being the last remnants of the line to be removed.

Gerad
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 08:51:32 PM

User Comment Contributions

Shot of Portsmouth showing the closed East Southsea station, see the pin for details.

tomoliver
Saturday 1st of September 2012 05:55:54 PM