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Could Henry V’s ship lie here?

A wreck discovered in a 'medieval breaker's yard' in Hampshire, is likely to be the Holigost, the 600-year old ship that sailed to France as part of Henry V's war fleet.

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River Hamble near Lower Swanwick, Hampshire
    • River Hamble with site of the 'Grace Dieu' and possible site of the 'Holigost', near Lower Swanwick, Hampshire
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Stockwell Bus Garage 1951-4

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7 October 2015

Extensive overview of English Architecture 1945-1975 published.

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