THEN: Paassing through Purbrook is a Portsdown & Horndean Light Railway car heading for Cosham.

Purbrook then and now – Nostalgia

My latest book, written with Barry Cox, should be in the shops in time for Christmas. You might think the title, The Portsdown & Horndean Light Railway Then and Now, is a book of tram pictures.
German prisoners being offloaded at Hardway, Gosport, 1944.

When German PoWs come ashore at Gosport –  Nostalgia

This is an aerial view of Cosham between the High Street and Northern Road in 1938. At the very bottom can be seen where the trams circulated and between the level crossing of the High Street and the railway bridge of Northern Road is the iron tramway bridge that was used to take the Portsdown & Horndean Light Railway trams to Horndean.
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