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  1. Junction between Park Road and St George's Road, Portsmouth

    Photo by Martin Hulbert, reproduced with kind permission. Taken between 1973-1974 Under the railway bridge, at the junction of Park Road onto St George’s Road, Portsea, Portsmouth.
  2. St George's Church Portsea, Portsmouth

    Photo by Martin Hulbert, reproduced with kind permission. Taken between 1973-1974 St George's Church Portsea, Harbour Church, on corner of St George's Square, Portsea, Portsmouth.
  3. Corner of Queen St and St. James's Street

    Stitched together from two photos by Martin Hulbert. Taken between 1963 and 1975. Shows: Daufman Tailors, Co op, Baun and Co, AJ Smith Barber shop.
  4. Alley between 60 & 61 Queen Street, Portsmouth

    Photo by Martin Hulbert, reproduced with kind permission.
  5. York Place, Portsea

    Photo by Martin Hulbert, reproduced with kind permission.
  6. Queen Street

    Photo by Martin Hulbert, reproduced with kind permission.
  7. Ward House, Portsea

    Photo by Martin Hulbert, reproduced with kind permission.
  8. Queen Street, Portsea

  9. The George, 84 Queen Street

  10. Royal Naval Arms, Queen Street

  11. Three Crowns Inn, St. James Street

    Demolished 2008.
  12. The Royal Oak

    There were lots of "Royal Oak" pubs in Portsmouth. This one was probably in Queen Street.
  13. Britain Street

    This is the house that Isambard Kingdom Brunel was born in (Thanks Allypally). https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Portsmouth_Britain_Street_Isambard_Kingdom_Brunel_plaque.JPG Britain Street remains, but none of the original houses appear to be still standing. Year unknown.
  14. Queens Street, Portsea

  15. Stanhope Road, Portsmouth

  16. Portsmouth Power Station

  17. Portsmouth Power Station

    Taken 1st January 1982. Photo Credit: Norman Hart.
  18. Marlborough Row, Portsea

  19. Portsea Vicarage

    This is now Barrells Funeral Directors in Fratton.
  20. Victory Gate, 1901


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