EPW041061 ENGLAND (1933). Mount Pleasant Wharf, Northam Bridge and the River Itchen, Northam, from the north-west, 1933

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Title [EPW041061] Mount Pleasant Wharf, Northam Bridge and the River Itchen, Northam, from the north-west, 1933
Reference EPW041061
Date April-1933
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Place name NORTHAM
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 443069, 112916
Longitude / Latitude -1.3872923400744, 50.913548849912
National Grid Reference SU431129

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Looks like a 4-4-0 loco with the 8 wheeled tender which was peculiar to the Southern Railways because of the absence of methods of collecting water on the move.

John Wass
Wednesday 30th of December 2015 08:42:51 PM
Mount Pleasant Junior School.

KeithFP
Friday 21st of November 2014 09:56:50 AM
Pub? Still standing opposite Coalporters Amateur Rowing Clubhouse. See http://www.plimsoll.org/resources/scclibraries/3265.asp

KeithFP
Friday 21st of November 2014 09:33:03 AM
Prince of Wales pub at traffic light crossroad between Northam Road and Princes Street / Union Road.

KeithFP
Friday 21st of November 2014 09:30:48 AM
Northam Bridge. There have been three Northam Bridges; the original wooden bridge built in 1799; the iron bridge built in 1889; and the present concrete bridge opened in 1954.

KeithFP
Friday 21st of November 2014 09:24:48 AM
Mount Pleasant level crossing and foot bridge.

KeithFP
Friday 21st of November 2014 09:15:40 AM
Whites Southampton Yachtbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd Established in the 1890s by as Whites Bros, sons of Arthur White descended from William White of W. White and Sons, Cowes. Taken over by James Corey & Sons in 1923, continued trading till 1960s. See http://www.bartiesworld.co.uk/whites/built-by-whites.php

KeithFP
Friday 21st of November 2014 09:14:27 AM