Virtual Tour - Jubilee Hall

You've made it to the former site of the Jubilee Hall (middle building on the right in image 2) on the Farnborough Road, almost opposite the Railway Hotel (now the Ham and Blackbird pub), adjacent to the both the former Post Office building and Cambridge Hotel, and near the old entrance to Farnborough Railway station. Today this site has evolved to being the site of offices and flats.

Where to now? Salisbury road is to the East along with St. Peter's Church, dating back to the 12th century, with Farnborough Road running in either direction. Either side are the former sites of the old Post Office building, the Railway Hotel, and Cambridge Hotel, with Highgate Lane, Farnborough Hill, the South Lodge, Farnborough Station, Union Street and St. Michael's Abbey also close by. Going South is the Clockhouse, Victoria Road and the former sites of Brands Removals, Coombe Farm and the lodge houses for Farnborough Place. For the full list of locations nearby, pick where you want to go next from the menu on the right.
Demolished - Gone but not forgotten. Image copyright Fotosearch.com

Click on an image to see how the site of the Jubilee Hall has changed over the years. (Remember to scroll down to see the larger images).

1. 1897 2. 1903 3. 2007 4. 2007
5. 2007 6. 2010

Click on an image to begin the tour.

Image and thumbnail 1 is reproduced courtesy of Hampshire Library and Information Service. Image and thumbnail 2 is reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection.





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