The historic site known as Beaumont Quay is an important survival showing the nature of the small quays and wharves that were once very common and
The Gunfleet was the name of the large estuary fed by the Holland River or brook, which formerly ran into the sea between Frinton and Little Hollan
Newnham was a sizeable village situated on the London clay just north of the Hampshire chalk downs. In this period it was mainly agricultural.
The standard gauge London and Southampton Railway, soon to be London and South Western Railway, opened to Basingstoke on 10th June 1839 when a s
In 1765 a route from Minehead harbour to Bampton via Friday Street and Dunster was turnpiked, with the road to Carhampton, by the Minehead Trust,
A Great Thoroughfare.
Minehead harbour is a well known feature of the seaside resort offering shelter for pleasure boats, fishing trips and the occasional excitement of
Castle Donington is a small market town in north-west Leicestershire.
The railway through Salisbury served different areas: the local market (the Market house line & the Bishopstoke line) the area around Salisbury