Charles Dickens birthplace

Charles Dickens Birthplace Museum is a writer's house museum in Landport, Portsmouth, England situated at the birthplace of the eminent English author Charles Dickens; and as such played a prominent part in the 2012 bicentennial celebrations.

The south coast of England bore the brunt of the thunderstorms with lightning striking Por...

The south coast of England bore the brunt of the thunderstorms with lightning striking Portsmouth's iconic Spinnaker Tower several times during the night

H.M.S Warrior at Portsmouth Harbour

HMS Warrior and her sister ship, HMS Black Prince, were the first armour-plated, iron-hulled warships. Now a museum ship based in Portsmouth, UK.

The Mary Rose in the process of preservation in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

The Mary Rose was a carrack-type warship of the English Tudor navy of King Henry…

HMS Victory, Portsmouth, England-   the famous flagship that  Admiral Lord Nelson commanded at the Battle of Trafalgar. Compared to this, Old Ironsides is a little pea-shooter.

HMS Victory, Portsmouth, England- the famous flagship that Admiral Lord Nelson commanded at the Battle of Trafalger<----also the ship that he died on. Oh, the Victory.she's a beauty, alright. I love old ships!

Tricorn Centre in Portsmouth, England (1962-65) - designed by Owen Luder and Rodney Gordon.

Tricorn Centre in Portsmouth, England - designed by Owen Luder and Rodney Gordon. Prince Charles once called it a carbuncle, so they demolished it and turned the area into a flat open car park. I preferred the carbuncle!

Full Moon over Portsmouth from Portsdown Hill

Full Moon over Portsmouth from Portsdown Hill. Remember living ih Portsdown afer we were sent back from Malta.

The Spinnaker with its new blue legs. From The Point, Old Portsmouth.

The Spinnaker with its new blue legs. From The Point, Old Portsmouth.

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