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Southampton Southampton developed along the waterfront between the mouths of the Test and the Itchen, Hampshire's two main rivers. A recent video showing five lights moving in a line is the latest in a string of UFO reports in that southeast England town sinceas well as others in the s and 70s.
Vyne Road The 'Gates of Hell' which incorporate a barbed wire design! The river runs clear and fast in shallow channels, often breaking into several streams in its gentle valley. As of September there were in total, twelve in London Street alone.
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One of the best is the Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum, and there are four more military museums in Peninsula Barracks and the City Museum in the pretty little square. So all you cats and chicks, turn off at junction 6.
It stands with its gaunt, unattractive ancient church, and its new red brick suburb. The Building of Bath Museum has details of the construction of the Georgian town. There is now a pub on the site of the house. Sir, we all know the facts of this case; that Sapper Walters, being in possession of expensive military equipment, to wit one Lee Enfield.
Up Nately A town centre graveyard is home to a string of 4'concrete cubes, tanks traps from WW1. The RAF Odiham helicopter base is nearby in Hampshire and had choppers in the sky that night, although no one admit responsibility. Winchester Capital of Wessex from the time of Alfred, and capital of all England from the 10th century until the Norman Conquest, this is one of the most historic cities in the country, crammed with medieval and later buildings.
Many relics and some rooms looking much as in her time.
I see, carry on. Upper Test Valley The chalk hills around Basingstoke soak up the rains, and filter the water all year into small streams going South, which combine to make the River Test and its tributaries. Churchill Way The 'Great Wall of Basingstoke" was built Dating basingstoke the s to contain the great mass of concrete poured over the razed remains of the old market town.
The most familiar object in Stoke Barehills nowadays is its cemetary, standing among some picturesque medieval ruins beside the railway.
There are many old thatched cottages, and in some places the land in the valley is common grazing and has never been cultivated, and is a haven for wild-life. After all, the mysterious doesn't always have to be serious. Opposite the decorative Victorian guildhall with exhibition gallery is a huge statue of King Alfred Churchill Way Basingstoke railway station's gents' toilet was bombed by the IRA inand the macheted to death body of a Buddhist monk was found in a suitcase left there, and is also the highest sation above sea level between London and Southampton.
The statue of William Walker the diver records his dangerous work replacing the footings. Everything in the House is very well annotated, and it takes a while to see it all.
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The Victory roundabout, named after the pub that used to stand here, in turn named after Nelson's ship the Victory.
This Intergalactic roundabout was created by aliens in a field off Pack Lane inusing interdimensional technology, to ease the congestion of UFOs overflying Basingstoke source.
The Daneshill roundabout is home to the 'Basinghenge' stone circle, the scene of strange rituals at Summer Solstice.
The film contains the lines spoken by the couple in the picture above 'I want to go back to Basingstoke' 'But nobody wants to go back to Basingstoke' 'Well I do' from 'Jeeves and Wooster' Bertie Wooster: More recently inhabitants have been criticised for their "startling apathy".
The location was apparently chosen for a number of reasons including its similarity to US towns sic to make it viewable by a US audience, its dissimilarity to Northern English towns to get away from the 'Social Realism' genre and probably not least because Simon Shore at one time went out with a Basingstoker.
Jane Austen stayed here with a brother in a house in Castle Square, beside the mediaeval sea walls. Its most famous feature is the great breakwater known as the Cobb, immortalised by local author John Fowles in his novel The French Lieutenant's Woman. Other notable buildings include the Guildhall and the Pump Roombut fine as these individual buildings are, it is Bath as a whole which impresses, miles of Georgian houses, mostly in terraces, looking much as they did when Jane Austen or Gainsborough visited.
The prettiest part of the valley is the upper part, from Stockbridge to Whitchurch. However, there are some remarkable survivals, including stretches of the town walls, Bargate a fine medieval gatehousethe 15th-century Merchants' Hall, and Bugle Street. No, no, no, sir, no. Call us any time' 'You're from Basingstoke, yes?
Wote Street The sun sets over the 'Costa del Basingstoke', a new apartment complex built in the style of a 'Costa' resort, however as Basingstoke has no beach it has to make do with a view over the town's enormous car park.