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Drinking Trough, Freshwater
Freshwater Coastguard Cottages
Freshwater Gate is the old name for the 'hamlet' north of the shore of Freshwater Bay.
In the 19th century, the gates at the western end of the Military Road were in this area, but maps ....
Freshwater Village Pound
Located at Pound Green, Freshwater (at the junction of Queens Road and Camp Road) is Freshwater's Village Pound where stray farm animals would have been kept in past centuries until their owners ....
Lime Kiln, Moons Hill, Freshwater
Built into the north side of Moons Hill Freshwater, this structure is believed to be a lime kiln. For many years, its purpose was uncertain - possibly an ice house - and its 'restoration' in the ....
Tennyson Cross (The), Freshwater
The Tennyson Cross stands on Tennyson Down as a memorial to Alfred Lord Tennyson who lived for a period in nearby Farringford House and he would walk nearly daily on the down.
The cross ....
The E.L.M. memorial obelisk
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