LOST PUBS OF PORTSMOUTH

In 1900 Portsmouth, in Southern England, had about 800 pubs serving a population of 190,000. Although Portsmouth's population today is 205,000, the number of pubs has shrunk to around 160.
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The Swan, Portsmouth. A Victorian pub that has been demolished and flats built instead.

The Swan, Portsmouth. A Victorian pub that has been demolished and flats built instead.

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The Grave Diggers in Highland Road, Southsea. 19th Century pub, now a house.

The Grave Diggers in Highland Road, Southsea. 19th Century pub, now a house.

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The Wymering, Cosham was built in the 1930s but now demolished and flats built instead.

The Wymering, Cosham was built in the 1930s but now demolished and flats built instead.

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The Mayflower in Highland Road, Eastney. Victorian pub designed by T E Owen. Demolished.

The Mayflower in Highland Road, Eastney. Victorian pub designed by T E Owen. Demolished.

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The Salisbury, Cosham. Now a convenience store.

The Salisbury, Cosham. Now a convenience store.

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The Railway near Cosham Station. Now demolished to make way for yet more flats.

The Railway near Cosham Station. Now demolished to make way for yet more flats.

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The Magpie in Fratton Road was built in 1901.Now flats.

The Magpie in Fratton Road was built in 1901.Now flats.

The Taswell Arms, Southsea. Now a private residence.

The Taswell Arms, Southsea. Now a private residence.

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