United Kingdom / Bournemouth

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2 Edgehill Road. From 1909 to 1915 home to writer Flora Thompson 1876-1947 Author of Lark Rise to Candleford. The nearby Winton Library fostered her writing career which began with award-winning essays written here in 1911

Edgehill Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

1891 The Granville Chambers built as a Temperance Hotel by architects Lawson & Donkin 1900-1930 Granville Hotel. 1930 used as offices 1985 refurbished.

Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

"2 Westbourne Terrace" former St. Aloysius School. Paul Marie-Varlaine 1844-1896 the French symbolist poet, after two 'dolorous' years in Belgium and France and a year teaching happily in Lincolnshire, taught French and Latin here 1876-1877 and worshipped at the Sacred Heart in Bournemouth

Cadogan Hotel, 8 Poole Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Stourfield House 1766. These steps and the portico above, built in 1766 by Edmond Bott, were part of Stourfield House, later home to Mary Bowes - the philanthropic Countess of Strathmore and ancestor of the present Queen. Extended in 1898 the building became a hospital until its demolition in 1991. This replacement building was completed in 1993.

Stourfield House, Douglas Mews, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Bournemouth Post Office opened 1896. Bournemouth's first post office opened in 1839 at the Tregonwell Arms. After several relocations the office transferred to"Beckford Place" (re-named "Post Office Road" C. 1900).

Post Office Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Town Hall. Built 1881-85 as Hotel Mont Dore. Used during the First World War as a military hospital. Converted in 1921 to Town Hall. Architect - Alfred Bedborough

(inside) Town Hall, Bourne Avenue, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Court Royal formerly "Madeira Hotel". Notable guest Guglielmo Marconi built 100 foot experimental aerial mast here and received the world's first paid radio message from Lord Kelvin on the Isle of Wight on the 3rd June 1898. Since 1947, Court Royal, has been a convalescent home for South Wales miners.

Court Royal, South Cliff Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

1838 "Bath Hotel". Bournemouth's first hotel built built for Sir George Gervis, architect Benjamin Ferrey. 1880 enlarged as "Royal Bath Hotel" by Sir Merton Russell-Cotes

Royal Bath Hotel, Bath Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

2 Richmond Terrace, which formerly stood on this site, was the birthplace of the musician Hubert Parry (1848-1918) Composer of "Jerusalem", of the Coronation anthem "I Was Glad" and of "Blest Pair of Sirens".

Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

The Theatre Royal 1882. 1887 onwards used as Town Hall, 1892 - Theatre Royal, 1939 - Services Club, 1949 - New Theatre Royal, 1959 - Opera House, 1962 - Cinema, 1963 - Bingo Hall, 1971 - Cinema Club, 1985 - Curzon Casino Sporting Club

9 Yelverton Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

1840-1850 built as 2 large villas. 1870 Stewart's Hotel. 1903 enlarged with cast-iron verandah. 1910 Norfolk Hotel. Enlarged to "Norfolk Royale" 1988

Norfolk Hotel, 48 Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

In this churchyard lie the mortal remains of Mary Shelley author of "Frankenstein" her father William author of "Political Justice" her mother Mary author of "The Rights of Women" her son Percy, Jane his wife and the heart of Percy Bysshe her husband the poet

St Peter's, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Bournemouth Centenary 1890-1990. This pergola has been created by the re-use of a Victorian cast-iron verandah rescued from demolition during the construction of the "Sovereign Centre" in Boscombe. Borough of Bournemouth.

Colonnade pergola, Upper Gardens, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Site of 1857 Iron "Scotch" Church. Rebuilt in stone 1872. Present "Central Chambers" built as three shops with club above, by architects Lawson & Donkin, 1888. Then Mansion Hotel, Empress Hotel and ground floor Cadena Cafe. 1920 became National Provincial Bank. National Westminster Bank 1971.

NatWest Bank, 1-3 Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Robert Louis Stevenson lived at Skerryvore overlooking this chine from 1884 to 1887

Alum Chine, near to 61 Alum Chine Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Town Hall Buildings 1875 Sir George Tapps built the thatched "Ashley Cottages" here in 1812. In 1875 Bournemouth's first Town Hall was built on this site. The civic offices, which later became the Criterion Hotel, survive at the front, but with an 1898 facade. The hall was converted into an arcade in 1886 and refurbished in 1962 and 1991.

43 Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

John Ronald Reuel Tolkien 1982-1973 author and scholar stayed here regularly from the 1950's until 1972

Hotel Miramar, East Overcliff Drive, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Quakers. Bournemouth's original Quaker meeting house stood on part of this site for 82 years before being given to Marks & Spencer in 1964 in exchange for the present Quaker meeting house in Wharcliffe Road, Boscombe

Marks & Spencers, Avenue Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Count Vladimir Tchertkov & fellow Russian emigres established the Free Age Press & Tolstoy's works were first printed here 1900-1913

former ‘Iford Waterworks’, River Park, Iford Lane, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Freddie Mills 1919-1965 World Light Heavy Weight Boxing Champion was born at no7 Terrace Road - since demolished - and attended St, Michael's School. He trained in his converted garden shed and started boxing professionally at Bournemouth in 1936. He defeated Gus Lesnevich to win the world title on 26th June 1948

Saint Michael’s School, Somerville Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Here Rupert Brooke 1888-1915 discovered poetry

48 Dean Park Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Lady Georgiana Fullerton (1812-1885) A philanthropist, novelist and biographer, lived from 1877 at "Ayfield" in St. Peter's Road, Bournemouth. She founded St. Joseph's Convalescent Home and worshipped at the Oratory of the Sacred Heart.

Sacred Heart Church, Albert Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Bournemouth beach bungalow constructed 1909. First municipal beach hut in the UK. Designed and built under the guidance of Frederick Percy Dolamore FSI, FR San I 1869-1951 Chief Assistant Borough Engineer and Surveyor

beach bungalow 2359, sea front, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Walton House Built in 1861 - 62, by the newsagent William Henry Smith, as his retirement home and named after his father Henry Walton Smith. W. H. Smith lived here until his death in 1865.

56-58 Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

East Cliff Cottage Hotel, built 1895, was home to British actor James Stewart better known as the film and theatre star Stewart Granger 1913-1993. Notable for the films Scaramouche and Beau Brummell. His mother Mrs. Lablanche Stewart owned this property until 1979.

57 Grove Road, East Cliff, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Sir Dan Godfrey Kt FRCM Hon RAM LRAM Hon TCL 1868-1939 Conductor and founder of Britain's first permanent salaried municipal orchestra, which became the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Musical Director 1893-1934. 'The greatest friend of the British Composer' Lived here at 'Rosstrevor' 1922-1934 'Music begins where words end.'

Collingwood Hotel, 11-13 Priory Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

The improved Terrace Road was officially declared open by the chairman of the Highways and Works Sub Committee on 29th April 1996 and this mosaic sponsored by Tarmac Construction Ltd represents a design by the artist Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898) who lived for some time in "Muriel", the house which formerly occupied this corner site

Exeter Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Durlston Court Hotel was the childhood home of comedian Tony Hancock. His family moved here from the Railway Hotel, Holdenhurst Road. Tony's first engagement was entertaining the troops at The Sacred Heart Church on Richmond Hill

Durlston Court Hotel, 47 Gervis Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

The the memory of Lewis D. G. Tregonwell who erected the first house in Bournemouth on this site in 1810. He died on Jan 18th 1831. Aged 73 and was buried in St. Peter's Churchyard, Bournemouth. He was descended from Sir John Tregonwell a member of an ancient Cornish family

Royal Exeter Hotel, Exeter Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Sir Percy Florence Shelley, son of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley lived here from 1849 to 1889 and erected a private theatre in the building

‘Shelley Park’, Beechwood Avenue, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Bournemouth's Tourist Information Centre opened by Lord Strathclyde, Minister for Tourism, 5th March 1990. Mayor, Cllr Harry Bostock. Borough of Bournemouth. To commemorate the original Information Bureau provided and operated by the Bournemouth Chamber of Trade, 1928-1948. Borough of Bournemouth.

Tourist Information Centre, Westover Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Always follow your dreams Blue skies. Memorial to Flt. Lt. Jon Egging - "Eggman" - Red 4 who tragically died when his Hawk aeroplane crashed after displaying at the Bournemouth Air Festival on 20 August 2011. Memorial unveiled on 29 August 2012 by: The Worshipful The Mayor of Bournemouth Cllr Phil Stanley-Watts, Dr Emma Egging (Jon's wife), Dawn Egging (Jon's mother), Flt Lt Ben Plank (Red 6) of the RAF Red Arrows and James Godley (Jon's childhood friend). Design based on an original idea by pupils from Kinson Primary School, Bournemouth. Bournemouth Borough Council commissioned artist Tim Ward of Circling the Square to create this Memorial. Bournemouth Borough Council. With grateful acknowledgement for the support and generosity of: Trustees of the Meyrick 1970 Settlement, The Landscape Group, Kingren Groundworks, Boningale Nursery, The Surfacing Company, Circling the Square, Hotel Miramar, Laser Profiles, A.E.T. Transport Services, Art Fabrications, Teign Valley Glass and Tracked Access.

Footpath by Cliff Lift, East Overcliff Drive, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

The Downstairs Club later Le Disque a Go! Go! Bournemouth's first full-time rock and jazz venue opened 3 May 1961 in the basement of 9 Holdenhurst Road. Manfred Mann, Eric Clapton, The Who, Georgie Fame, Zoot Money, Andy Summers and many other musicians played here

9 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

'Estcourt' - 195 Holdenhurst Road. The final home of Inspector Frederick George Abberline 1843-1929. During his 29 years with the Metropolitan Police Abberline gained 84 commendations and awards and became well-known for his work on the case of Jack-The-Ripper

195 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

175 Capstone Road home of Cecil Reginald Noble VC Corporal 2nd Batallion Rifle Brigade born here 1891, enlisted 1910 fatally wounded at Neuve Chappelle 12th March 1915 posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for conspicuous bravery in clearing barbed wire under severe fire allowing his batallion to advance

175 Capstone Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

39 Capstone Road (since demolished). Home of Frederick Charles Riggs VC MM Sergeant 6th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment born Sittingbourne 1888, enlisted 1914, killed in action near Epinoy 1918, posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for conspicuous bravery and resisting with his men to the last.

Capstone Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Langtry Manor Hotel Built 1877 as the Red House for the socialite, beauty and actress Lillie Langtry "The Jersey Lilly" (1853-1929) Edward Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) provided this residence to which he was a frequent visitor

Derby Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

The Boscombe British & Foreign School. Foundation stone laid 21 August 1878 by Sir Percy Florence Shelley with Frederick Mose and others

The Old School House, Gladstone Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Bournemouth Arcade 1866 Built by Henry Joy Originally as two rows of shops The glazed arcade roof was added in 1872

Bournemouth Arcade, Bournemouth, United Kingdom