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Southampton has many sites where it is possible to let your imagination run wild when looking at its Medieval remains. The ancient Bargate providing a northern entrance into the town. The arch through which Henry V passed on a journey that would eventually lead to...More
Part of the Southampton City fortification walls. Dating back almost 800 years it is amazing that the remaining parts are still standing intact! This particular feature is in the southern wall and is very photogenic. A real old slice of Southampton's history.
This wall was built in the late 1300's . Just the fact that some of it still stands is a testimony to the workmanship back then.
Walk below the walk and above it. A nice leisurely stroll basking in the history of this place. Worth...More
We took the Hythe ferry from across Southampton Water and were walking to the Guildhall to watch the Southampton marathon races and family participants.
Across the busy road from the Red Funnel terminus we explored these Southampton castle walls with young grand daughters.
Our family spent a day in Southampton before our cruise. After we settled down and the rain stopped, we went for a walk to the old ruins of the city wall and saw this Watergate Ruin. It is located in the southern part of downtown....More