Virtual Tour - Manor House lodges

You've made it to the former site of the lodges to Farnborough Place, once the manor house in the town, and which are believed to have been built in the early 18th century. Today, this location is site the of the Clockhouse Roundabout junction with Rectory Road and Salisbury Road in the shadow of the former Concept 2000 building, also recently demolished.

Read a potted history of the Farnborough Place manor house lodges.

Where to now? Salisbury Road is to the East along with St. Peter's Church, dating back to the 12th century, and Farnborough Rectory, with the former site of Farnborough Court, and Farnborough Road running very close by. The other side of the roundabout sees the instantly recognisable Clockhouse and the Victoria Road Chapel with Victoria Road leading West towards Cove just beyond. 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 the former site of the Manor House lodges as it is today. (Remember to scroll down to see the larger images).

1. 1900 2. Early 1900s 3. 2007 4. 2007

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Image and thumnnail 1 is reproduced courtesy of the Francis Frith Collection. Image and thumbnail 2 is reproduced courtesy of Jo Gosney.





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