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Photo Gallery: Netley Abbey 1

The ruins of Netley Abbey itself The ruins of the abbey itself.  Of course it's haunted!  The view from Netley beach, looking towards Southampton Docks Netley's by the sea? (well Southampton Water, at least).  This is looking towards Southampton Docks.

Netley Castle - apparently it's something to do with Henry VIII This is Netley Castle, which is something to do with Henry VIII or someone else  like that.  It used to a convalescent home, now it's private flats. The one and only Vicky Park Chapel This is the Vicky Park Chapel, once at the centre of the Royal Victoria War Hospital (but the rest burned down).

The corner of New Road and Station Road The corner of New Road (Rich's street) and Station Road, by the Circle K (now Alldays). The view from my old bedroom The view form my old bedroom window - note the large white horse.

The Prince Consort pub The Prince Consort pub - opinion was always divided on this boozer. The seafront village sign The village sign-post on the coast road at the foot of Abbey Hill.  I used to deliver papers on this road.

Stay out of the bushes! Not the most scenic place - the Conker field used to be ideal for picnics, now its a little seedier! Costa del Weston On border between the City and Netley, these are the Weston flats.


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