The Bargate Constructed circa 1180 in Norman times as part of the Southampton town walls, Hampshire.
A dark wet start, beads of rain slide down the shiny developers hoardings of WestQuay Watermark abutting a section of Southampton Medieval city wall. Pavement glistens under orange sodium lights.
Southampton Container Port I. The country’s second largest such terminal, after that at Felixstowe.
Most of the city was destroyed in the Blitz and the now has an ironically spacious and continental feel as a result of the rebuilding.
Holyrood Church Built in 1320, destroyed during the Southampton blitz in November 1940, one of 45,000 buildings that were damaged or destroyed,
Escape from the rain momentarily in Town Quay Starbucks. All the coffee sippers around me are in full corporate mode.
To my left “As a line manager I have to mention this is preventing me doing my job”
To my right “I’m drip…
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