Old pictures of Portsmouth

  1. Elephants cooling off in the sea, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire

    Year unknown.
  2. Broad Street Flooding, Old Portsmouth, 1905

  3. Broad Street with snow, Old Portsmouth, 1910

  4. Broad Street, Old Portsmouth, drawing, 1800s

  5. Still and West, Old Portsmouth, early 1900s

  6. Broad Street, Old Portsmouth, 1920s or 30s

    Broad Street, Old Portsmouth in the 1920s or 1930s.
  7. Loaders temperance dining rooms, Broad St, Old Portsmouth

    Located on Broad St, Old Portsmouth.
  8. Broad Street, Old Portsmouth, flooding early 1900s

    Early 1900s.
  9. Savoy Cafe exterior, Southsea, Portsmouth, 1920s

    The Savoy Cafe was located on South Parade, Southsea, Portsmouth. Photograph taken late 1920s.
  10. Savoy Cafe interior, Southsea, Portsmouth

    The Savoy Cafe was located on South Parade, Southsea, Portsmouth.
  11. Portsmouth FC wins the FA cup - 1939

    Portsmouth were FA cup winners in 1939. This incredible photograph was taken as the bus drove through a crowd near Greetham Street in Portsmouth. In the background you can just about make out Sussex Hotel and Sharps department store. Photograph courtesy of Mike Burnett. His father Fred Burnett...
  12. Early 1900s map of Southsea, Portsmouth, showing East Southsea railway station

    Shows East Southsea railway station which closed in 1914. Station was renamed East Southsea in 1896 and closed upon the outbreak of WW1 in 1914.
  13. Portsmouth & Southsea Postcard

    Painted postcard of Places in Portsmouth & Southsea
  14. Arms of Portsmouth, Clarence Pier, 1907

  15. Southsea Model Village. Circa 1960s.

    Young girl admires Southsea Model Village of a farmyard. Gifford Series.
  16. Portsmouth Harbour by Moonlight. Circa early 1900s.

  17. Southsea Common Big Screen - 18th May 2008 - Pompey F.A. Cup Winners.

    Pompey won the F.A. Cup on 17th May 2008 and toured round Portsmouth the next day 18th.
  18. The Silver Jubilee Review, Illuminated, Spithead, Southsea, 1937

  19. The Guildhall, 1984

    After suffering damage during the war, the Guildhall was reopened by the Queen in 1959. Modern development makes an identical view impossible to how it looked back in 1930, but in the square the tram shelter has gone, as have the trees and the Guildhall minarets.
  20. Southsea Common, showing Queens Hotel

    Year unknown, looks to be early 1900s.