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Interior of Christ Church c1904

The interior of the church in about 1904. The ???? was donated in commemoration of George William Willshire who was killed in the Boer War stands at the front of the central aisle. Note the gas lighting. The photographer was standing where would now be the middle of the George Lee Room.

118 Waterloo Road

In the late 1800s this was the home of Sydney Kelway Pope and his family. Pope, an arcgitect, designed the Southampton clock tower that now stands at Bitterne Triangle as well as many local buildings including what is now the Barclays Bank in Below Bar...(more)

117 Payne's Road
46 Payne's Road

Formerly Freemantle Police Station and in later years also housing the Southampton St John Ambulance Association.

48 Payne's Road
28 Waterloo Road
20 Waterloo Road
103 Waterloo Road

Formerly the house of the Master of Freemantle School. In 1901 this was Alfred J. K. Marshall and his family and their servant, Alice Russell.

'Holm Lodge', 86 Waterloo Road
11 Bourne Road
14 Millbrook Road East
12 Millbrook Road East
14 Waterloo Road
10 Waterloo Road
12 Waterloo Road
Payne's Road
Payne's Road
Payne's Road
Payne's Road
Payne's Road
Payne's Road
Waterloo Road
Waterloo Road
Waterloo Road
Freemantle Post Office
25 Park Road, on the corner with Firgrove Road.
Freemantle Post Office
The Star & Garter
The Star & Garter stood on the corner of Waterloo Road and Park Road (its address was 50 Waterloo Road). Formerly known at the Star & Garter Hotel. Demolished in 2007 to make way for an apartment block.
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Park Road (between Mansion Road and Payne's Road)