Pictures of Romsey

By Tim Lambert

Romsey is a small but historic town in Hampshire. It has a long history from the Saxon Times to the Present Day. It’s famous for Romsey Abbey. Here are some pictures I took of Romsey.

Romsey Railway Station

Romsey Railway Station. The railway reached Romsey in 1847.

Romsey Station Plaque
Romsey Signal Box

Romsey Signal Box

A stream in Romsey
Romsey Library

Romsey Library

An old brewery in Romsey

A Reminder of the Old Brewing Industry in Romsey

A view towards Horsefair

Looking towards Horsefair

King John's House

King John’s House, Romsey

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King John’s House from the rear

A statue of Lord Palmerston

A statue of Lord Palmerston in Romsey

The Charter Stone

The Charter Stone

The White Horse

The White Horse

United Reformed Church

The United Reformed Church in Romsey

Romsey Baptist Church

Romsey Abbey

Romsey Abbey

The War Memorial

A burial ground by Romsey Abbey

Another view of Romsey Abbey

Another view of Romsey Abbey

Carvings on the Abbey

Carvings on Romsey Abbey

More carvings

More carvings on Romsey Abbey

Abbey Water

Abbey Water

Narrow Lane

Narrow Lane, Romsey

Broadwater House

Broadwater House

Manor House

Manor House, Palmerston Road, Romsey

Romsey Town Hall

Romsey Town Hall

The Corn Exchange

The Corn Exchange in Romsey

Oddfellows Chambers

Oddfellows Chambers on Middlebridge Street

The Methodist Church

Romsey Methodist Church

Plaza Theatre

Plaza Theatre

Ducks in War Memorial Park

Ducks in War Memorial Park, Romsey

A sundial

A sundial in War Memorial Park

The Bandstand

The Bandstand

The War Horse Statue

The War Horse Statue

A gun

A gun in War Memorial Park, Romsey

The Hampshire Rose

The Hampshire Rose in Romsey

Christmas decorations

Christmas decorations on bollards outside Romsey Library

Stirling Walk

Stirling Walk in Romsey

Tea Cups team rooms

Tea rooms in Romsey

Queen Victoria Memorial

A Memorial to Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in Romsey

A history of Romsey

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