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ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

From
Portsm.

From
London

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

Bad worth Park.

264 Arundel and Little- 681Littlehampton is a rei

tired and pretty wateringThe town of Arundel is

hampton St.

place at the mouth of the 2 miles distant from the

Arun : it is 4 miles distant station, to and from which

cr, river Arun. by road from Arundel. passengers are conveyed by omnibuses (see p. 77). Arundel Castle (Duke 25 Ford St.

70 of Norfolk).

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XXXV. LONDON TO PORTSMOUTH (GOSPORT), BY SOUTH WESTERN

RAILWAY, 90 Miles.

ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

From
Gosport

From
London.

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

From Waterloo Road The railway, between 16 to Bishopstoke St. 74 Leave main line top Bishopstoke and Gosport

(p. 56).

Southampton. traverses a richly wooded

Allington. and varied tract of country, adorned with nume- Cross valley of Itchen

Durley. rous seats and villages. by Allington viaduct.

cr, river Hamble.

10 Botley and Bishop's 80 Bishop's Waltham, 34 Botley

Waltham St.

miles (p. 40).

Wickham, m. (p. 37); Funtley.

Tapnage Tunnel, near it, Park Place, and
200 yards.

Rookesbury, W. Garnier,
Esq.

Uplands House. .J.

cr. Titchfield riv. Blackbrook.

Reardmore, Esq.- Roche Heathfield

Fareham Tunnel,

Court, Sir J. B. W. Smythe

Gardiner, Bart.

600 yards. Titchfeld, 2 miles. 5 Fareham St. (p. 37). 85 From Fareham a branch

railway proceeds eastward to Portsmouth, passing (by

Porchester and Cosham) Along west side of

along the base of PortsFoxbury, Portsmouth Harbour down, and round the east

side of Portsmouth har. Rowner.

bour. The distance from

Fareham to Portsmouth Alverstoke.

by this route is 9 miles,

making the total from Haslar Hospital, for the

GOSPORT. 90 London 94 miles. reception sick and

Fleetland House; and, sounded seamen: it is

On opposite side of

on opposite side of har. samble of accommodating

harbour is

bour, Cams House, HP men at one time.

PORTSMOUTA. | Delmé, Esq.

WESTERN RAILWAY, 414 Milos.

From
Farnm.

From
London

ON RIGHT PROM LOND.

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

From Waterloo Leave main line to Win- 16) Road to Woking St. 25 Village of Woking, 11 chester and Southampton.

miles. (p. 51).

Ripley, 4 miles; near it,
Ockham Place, Earl of

Lovelace.
Cross small feeders of

Send, 2 miles i near it, Worplesdon.

Sutton Place.--Stock Pl. river Wey.

Clandon Park, Earl On

slow, 2 miles. 11 GUILDFORD (p. 34). 304 Branch toGodalming, 4m

Line of chalk hills,

forming part of the North Henley Park.

Downs, here called the The line between Guild- Hog's Back, on the top of ford and Ash is also used which runs the coach road as part of the Reading. between Guildford

and Guildford, and Reigate Farnham. Near this road Branch to Reading, passline (see p. 185).

is Hampton Lodge (H. L. Ash St.

37 Long, Esq.) mg by Farnburough St. on the South Western line

Poyle Park. (see p. 185). Cross coach road from

Near Farnham is Moor

Park (see p. 37, 38), and Guildford to Farn

14 mile distant, Waverley inam.

Abbey, the seat of the late Farnham Castle, Bishop FARNHAM (p. 37). 414 Lord Sydenham. of Winchester.

XXXVII. LONDON TO SALISBURY, BY SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAY,

96 Milea.

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SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY, 14. Miles.

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From
London.

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

Water,

Eling.

p. 58).

From Waterloo Road Bannister House. 61 to Southampton (p. 80

On opposite bank of Freemantle Park, Sir G.

Southampton H. Hewett, Bart.

56).

Marchwood House.
Pass along shore of

Southampton Water.
Shirley House, Sir C. 59
H. Rich, Bart.

Blechendyn St. 82
Millbrook.

cr.head of Southampton

Water at)

mouth of river Test. Testwood House, Miss 56 Redbridge St. 85 Bourne.

Enter New Forest (see Lyndhurst, 2 in. (p.63). 53 Lyndhurst Road St. 88 50 Beaulieu Road St. 91

Ashurst Lodge. 18 cr. Lymington

Beaulieu (Duke of BucWater.

clench), 4 m. (p. 64).

Brockenhurst Park. Lyndhurst, 33 miles.

Brockenhurst St. 96
Cross Lymington and

Lymington, 4 miles.

Wallhampton, Rev. Sir Wilverley House. Ringwood turnpike G. Burrard, Bart.

road.

4! Christchurch Road St. 100 Christchurch, 7 miles Burley Park.

Leave New Forest.

(p. 62), and near it Sand

hills, W. Rose, Esq., and Uddings, E. H. Great

36 Ringwood St. (p. 61). 106 Heron Court, Earl of hed, Esq; and 2 m. beyond,

cross river Avon, Malmesbury. Gaunt's House, Sir R P. and 3 m. beyond, enGlyn, Bart. ; further to

Holmesley Lodge. ter Dorsetshire. right, Horton Park.

cr. river Stour. Wimborne Minster, 1 m. 26 Wimborne St. 115 Canford Magna. distant, is a market-town

Canford House, Sir of great antiquity, situated

I. R. Guest, Bart. on the banks of the river Stour. A nunnery was established here in the beginning of the 8th century, on the site of which the minster,

OT collegiate church, was afterwards built. Ethelred, brother of King Alfred, was buried here.

Pop. 1851, 2295.
? m. beyond is Kingston Lytchet Common.
Lacy.
Merley House.
Henbury House, 21 m.

20 Poole Junction St. 121 Branch to Poole, 2 m Lytchet Minster, Sir C.

and 6 m. from Poole, Stud L. Scott, Bart.

Pass along shore of land, in the Tale of Pur. South Lytchet House. Wareham Harbour.

beck. Charborough House, J. S. W.S. E. Drax, Esq.,6 m.

cr. river Piddle. 15!

WAREHAM ST. 126 Corte Castle, 44 m. dis Wareho is a small and tant, is a small town situ. ancient borough, situa ed ater in the district called between the rivers Frome the Isle of Purbeek. The

ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

From

Dorch.

From
London

ON LEFT FROM LOND,

Stokeford.

and Piddle, across each of castle from which its name
which is a bridge. It had is derived is now in ruins.
formerly 8 churches, now The inhabitants are chiefly
reduced to 3. Here was employed in the neigh-
formerly a priory, found- bouring clay-works and
ed in the 8th century. stone quarries. Corfe Cas-
Much of the clay dug in tle is now included in the
the Isle of Purbeck is borough of Wareham.
bruught to this place and Pop, 1946. Near Corfe
forwarded to Poole, to be Castle is Encombe, a seat
shipped for the Stafford- of the Earl of Eldon.
shire potteries. Wareham

Holme.
returns one M.P. Pop. of
Parl, bor. 1851, 7218.

Isle of Purbeck.
Along valley of

Bindon Abbey.

Lulworth Castle, J. river Frone. 10 Wool St.

Weld, Esq., 3 miles. 131

Weymouth, 10} miles. 5 Moreton St. 136 West Knighton.

Whitcombe.

Came Abbey.
DORCHESTER (p. 44). 141

Moreton.
Woodsford.
Ilsington House.
Kingston House.
Stinsford.

XXIX. HASTINGS TO ASHFORD, CANTERBURY, AND MARGATE,

BY RAILWAY, 71 Miles.

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