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  1. Kresta Prams - Clydebank Road, Portsmouth

    Now the Kwik-e-mart (as of 2021)
  2. Elephants outside the Elephant and Castle, Sultan Road

    It is not known if these were promotional elephants or the proprietors at the time.
  3. Harts Bakery, Turk Street

  4. Kingston Road

    Showing the Tramway Arms.
  5. Portsmouth from the air, 1980s

    Shows: Buckland, landport
  6. Funeral of Lady Couzens, Buckland 1908

    Showing Buckland congregational church.
  7. Buckland, Fratton, St. Marys Church

  8. 82 to 108 - Wingfield Street

  9. Tramway Arms, Kingston Road + Lake Road, 1927

  10. 188 Lake Road

    "SEB Out" Refers to the Southern Electric Board. These houses were due for demolition and this phrase means that the electricity has been disconnected.
  11. Lake Road in 1941 after German Air Raid

  12. Elm Road / Malins Road, Centaur Inn

    Shows the Centaur Inn pub.
  13. Lake Road - 1976

    Reproduced with kind permission from Philip Pyke.
  14. Lake Road - 1976

    Reproduced with kind permission from Philip Pyke.
  15. Lake Road - 1976

    Reproduced with kind permission from Philip Pyke.
  16. Lake Road - 1976

    Reproduced with kind permission from Philip Pyke.
  17. Lake Road - 1976

    Reproduced with kind permission from Philip Pyke.
  18. Kingston Road

  19. Market House Tavern

  20. Henrietta Street with The Mystery pub in the background

    The Mystery pub is in the background. This street has been demolished. More information and pictures here: https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/lifestyle/heritage/mysteries-of-long-forgotten-portsmouth-streets-revealed-pre-demolition-1-7994146

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