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Buildings of Portsmouth and its environs

David Lloyd

Buildings of Portsmouth and its environs

a survey of the dockyard, defences, homes, churches, commercial, civic and public buildings.

by David Lloyd

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Published by City of Portsmouth in Portsmouth .
Written in English


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