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This one penny tram ticket took you through Portswood Junction!

This one penny tram ticket took you through Portswood Junction. Bevois Mount History Southampton 1tSphoensSor9hemnd  · A one penny tram ticket. Many of the local tram stops are the same as current bus stops e.g. Spring Crescent, Cedar Road.
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99-111 Portswood Road; the 9 Myrtle Cottages

99-111 Portswood Road (situated on the west side of Portswood Rd, just to the south of Gordon Avenue). These seven cottages were built between 1845 – 1878, and were known as Myrtle Cottages in the late 19th century. SEE Southampton 21 m  · 99 – 111 Portswood Road. These cottages are situated on the west side of Portswood Road, just to the south of Gordon Avenue. The south wall of the...
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Interesting information on some well-known alumni of the University of Southampton

Interesting information on some well-known alumni of the University of Southampton. . SEE Southampton htSpo13nsonhremSd  · A member of the Russell Group, the University of Southampton can trace its roots back to the Hartley Institution, Below Bar, opened in 1862 by Lord Palmerston. Actor, author and mental health campaigner Ruby Wax became Chancellor in 2019. Southampton University alumni...
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Padwell Cross Pond on the grassed area of the Avenue, known as Asylum Green

SEE Southampton htSpo13nsonhremSd  · On the grassed area known as Asylum Green on the Avenue was Padwell Cross Pond used by thirsty animals going to the Common. By 1850 this pond contained dead putrid animals and other unwholesome material. Following the 1849 Cholera outbreak in Southampton there was an enquiry into local sanitary conditions. The Ordnance Survey, on the other side of the road to...
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Tram sidlings were built in the woods to the north of The Common to act as a camouflage from bombings

Tram sidings built in the woods to the north of the Common to act as a camouflage from bombings. Bevois Mount History Southampton mtmsm1ShupeS8 oJumtnasniualory sslatro n1r0:1d5ed  · Tram sidings were built in the woods to the north of the Common to camouflage them from bombing. This photo is from 1942. The sidings followed the line of Burgess Road to the east and west of the Avenue, at the top...
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This Will Rosie mozaic is in Alma Road!

This Will Rosie mozaic is in Alma Road! SEE Southampton YeumsstStupeSelrhudaySs oansots sn12:rlfenodr1d1  · Yet another of Will Rosie’s excellent mozaics. This one is in Alma Road by the barrier.
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The Atlantes figures outside the Hartley Institute, now outside the Hartley Library on the University Highfield Campus

The Hartley Institution – in Southampton High Street, predecessor to the University of Southampton, complete with its Atlantes figures in their original position. They are now outside the Hartley Library at the UOS Highfield Campus. SEE Southampton 1agtSSpondsor5ehed  · Southampton High Street, showing the Hartley Institution, complete with its Atlantes figures in their original position....
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Entrance to the Avenue around 1910…

Entrance to the Avenue in about 1910… SEE Southampton 3tSpomnshmaoored  · A coloured postcard showing the entrance to the Avenue in about 1910.
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