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Duke of Wellington by pix-elation
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This historic building situated in Bugle Street, Southampton, has its roots in the 12th century and became a Public House in the 15th century. In celebration of victory in the battle of Waterloo in 1815 its name was changed to The Duke of Wellington.

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  • ellismorleyphto
    ellismorleyphtoover 4 years ago

    I have not been in here, I was under 18 when I frequented the city… but it looks familiar and I am trying to place Bugle Street…. my 1st thought upon seeing this was the Tudor House museum… but of course I knew it wasn’t that… it’s just the beams of course…

    I guess I should go back “properly” at some point… usually it’s just for business purposes or passing through to go somewhere else…. :-)

    Btw awesome photograph, the lighting is great! :-)

  • It’s in the same area as the Tudor House so you weren’t far out!

    – pix-elation

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