Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Fareham is a market town in the south east of Hampshire, England between the cities of Southampton and Portsmouth androughly in the centre of the South Hampshire conurbation. It gives its name to the borough comprising the town and the surrounding area. To the south of the town lies Gosport itself a separate borough, to the east Portchester to the north the M27 motorway and Wickham, part of the City of Winchester. Westwards lie Titchfield, Catisfield, Locks Heath, Warsash and Whiteley which is also shared with the City of Winchester. Fareham traditionally relied on its clay soil for industry producing bricks, tiles and chimney pots. This past is commemorated through place names such as Kiln Road. The most famous example of a building constructed of 'Fareham red bricks' is probably the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Canon Canon EOS 7D Focal length: 35 mm, Aperture: f 5.2, ISO: 400 Exposure time: 1/30 sec
Date/Time Creation: May 2, 2013, 5:57 am
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A nice evening shot & info Mark
Nice one Mark and again good info
Yet again a great narrative to top off a superb pic.
Lovely pic, my friend lives in Denbigh Drive
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