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Burgess Road Library, opened in May 1935

Burgess Road Library was opened in May 1935. It was the first library in Southampton to feature a specially designed and equipped children’s department (picture 1980). SEE Southampton tSp1hottnsoread  · Burgess Road Library 1980. Burgess Road Library was opened by the Mayor, Alderman G.A. Waller, in May 1935. It was the first library in Southampton to feature a specially designed and...
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WW1 and Avenue St Andrews United Reformed Church

Avenue St Andrews United Reformed Church’s role in helping WW1 soldiers camping on The Common. SEE Southampton tSp5hottnsoread  · Avenue St Andrews Congregational Church with hall next door where soldiers were camping on the Common in WW1 were given all sorts of practical help and support by members of the congregation.
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An old print of Portswood House

The old Portswood House. SEE Southampton 17 oFhebaatafrulrSfuaocruy apotsn 1se6oimS:rore4rd1t  · An old print of Portswood House and a map showing its location.
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Cllr Ransom, of one Southampton’s biggest ship builders, living in Hawthorn Cottage on The Common

Councillor John Ransom was one of the biggest ship builders in the town. He lived with his wife in Hawthorn Cottage (now the Urban Wildlife Centre) on the Common. Bevois Mount History Southampton o1t5 FSmebrcuptsaolirednaasy oat ronuiniege1dg0:s47  · Councillor John Ransom was one of the biggest ship builders in the town. He lived with his wife in Hawthorn Cottage (now the Wildlife Centre) on...
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An interesting landmark in Burgess Road marking the location of the former Crown and Sceptre Hotel

An interesting landmark! SEE Southampton YetoaShpstehrrdamrody at omnrtdsso0hrtuoe6:de39  · I am always fascinated as to why it was necessary to have a stone plaque to remember a pub which has been demolished. This stone marks the location of the former Crown and Sceptre Hotel in Burgess Road demolished about ten years ago. I only went in there once and don’t recall that it was in any way...
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St Denys station once had a bookstall!

St Denys Station once had a bookstall! Bevois Mount History Southampton tSponS5soroerhd  · Slightly off our patch, but who would have thought that St Denys Station once had a bookstall?
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Painting of duck feeding at Cemetery Lake

Great upto date painting …visited today..ducks ice skating on the frozen pond.. artgallery.co.uk https://artgallery.co.uk/feeding-the-ducks-at-southampton-common?fbclid=IwAR3RX-bqWYUGzm1LpQJTJF0YkA-LDZaTGn7Oezf7Miy75gKyzYK-Ng5p36Y Feeding the Ducks at Southampton Common  
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The Avenue in the snow a long time ago

Indeed, one person on horseback in the snow..! Bevois Mount History Southampton YfesimttesrSsdapsdyodn atshSol e1curi2e:5ddm3do  · An Avenue picture in keeping with the temperature if not the precipitation.
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