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Post number 333 – Fratton station around daybreak…and Portsmouth Guildhall swaying in the wind ;)

Fratton railway station at around 7.15 this morning…


A ferocious gust of wind as I entered Portsmouth’s Guildhall Square this morning…either that, or I had the camera’s quasi-fisheye functionality switched on ;)…


And this is what it really looked like…Portsmouth’s Guildhall, watched over by Queen Victoria, far left…

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Southsea, dawn and dusk…

Fratton Station, at around 06.50 am today…


Southsea seafront, with War Memorial, some twelve hours later…


More of the War Memorial…upon which my maternal grandfather’s name is engraved.

Southsea at dusk…and beyond

View from Fratton station railway bridge around 7.15 this evening…

Entrance to The King’s Theatre, on the corner of Albert Road and Exmouth Road in Southsea…

‘The Goose at the V & A’ pub (formerly a police station), at the western end of Albert Road, Southsea.

Fratton, Fareham and the Fawcett Inn

An impressionistic Fratton Station at dawn

A bit later, Holy Trinity Church in West Street, Fareham

And at the other end of the day, The Fawcett Inn, in Fawcett Road, Southsea.

Fratton evening skies

Rainbow over Fratton station, looking east, around seven o’clock this evening…

The sky, looking west, an hour or so later…

Around sundown, looking west again…

A May miscellany…

More macro…

Fratton Station, early evening…

Novel advertising postcard, from Eden Artificicial Grass Company, that dropped through Southsea letterboxes today…

Random photos on a random Wednesday…

A window near Fratton station...

Morning milk, outside the 99p shop in West Street, Fareham.

The Pompey Megastore, beneath a blue tower block.

Early start to a ten hour working day…

Fratton Station...6.30 a.m.

Segensworth Road, Titchfield...7:20 a.m.

Worksite ornamental pond...

Samaritans, South Bank Juggler & Free (Expat) Newspapers at Euston Station

New poster at Fratton station...

 

Juggler-cum-fire-eater...London's South Bank...spot the ball...and the photographer ;).

 

Free newspapers for London's diverse communities at Euston Station.

 
 

Awaiting the 06:59, £35 Carvela Shoes & The Ship of Peace.

Fratton station, early morning...

New Carvela shoes, size 7, in the Stubbington Ark Charity Shop.

The Ship of Peace, by Vladimir Sokhonevitch.

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