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The Lord Arthur Lee

Take a look at old photographs of Fareham.

100–108 West Street, Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 0EP

This former Co-op store is now a Wetherspoon pub, named after a former MP for the town. Later created Lord Lee of Fareham, when he died, he left his Chequers estate (Buckinghamshire) to the nation – as the country retreat for prime ministers.

A photograph of East Street, Fareham.

A photograph of West Street, Fareham.

A photograph of the entrance to West Street, Fareham.

A photograph of Fareham Market.

External photograph of the building – main entrance.

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