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8 and 9 Winchester Road, designed by William Wilkinson (1876) in the Victorian Gothicstyle, and now used for student accommodation by Hertford College, Oxford The gardens ... Street, from the north end of Winchester Road View west along Church Walk from the junction with Winchester Road in the summer Looking west along Church Walk from the ...
... loop) 320/321 KEMPSHOTT - Buckskin - Worting Road - TOWN CENTRE - Houndmills - WINKLEBURY (Service 320 operating anticlockwise loop in Winklebury, route 321 operating clockwise loop) 322 TOWN CENTRE ...
10 BASINGSTOKE - Kempshott - North Waltham - Micheldever - WINCHESTER (Operated by Countywide Travel) 28/X28 BASINGSTOKE - Hackwood Road - Herriard - Lasham - Bentworth - Medstead - ALTON (Some journeys to/from ... as service 44) 46 TOWN CENTRE - Norn Hill - Shakespeare Road - CARPENTERS DOWN (46A journeys via Basing View) 48 TOWN CENTRE - South View - TOWN CENTRE (48A journeys via Basing View) 49 TOWN CENTRE - Oakridge ... Axford - The Candovers - NEW ALRESFORD (Some journeys operate via Bradley) 310 BASINGSTOKE - Winchester Road - Kempshott Sainsburys - Dummer - North Waltham - STEVENTON (One journey ...
... of Brighton Hill to be completed was the Quilter Road area, with much of the ex — council housing from Haydn Road in the west, to Wagner Close in the east following soon after ... number of medium sized tower blocks, namely in Verdi Close, Mozart Close and Schubert Road ... from Handel Close in the west, to Porter Road to the east ...
... Daneshill - OLD BASING (Service 305 via Swing Swang Lane and Crown Lane to Belle Vue Road) (Service 306 via Bartons Lane, Pyotts Hill and The Street to Belle ... Pauls Road to Worting Road ... Also to Popley via Houndmills) (Service 314 from Pinkerton Road via St ...
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