Southampton

[LIRR station] Southampton station was opened in February 1871, then razed and rebuilt in 1902. In 2005, it was downgraded as a Sunday-only station. A freight house was also added across the tracks from this station, but it has been severely neglected in recent years. The station is part of the village`s North Main Street Historic District,...
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Southampton

[SEPTA station] Southampton is a derelict station located along SEPTA`s Fox Chase/Newtown Line located on Second Street Pike (PA-232) near Knowles Avenue in Upper Southampton, Pennsylvania. ==History== Built in 1892, Southampton Station was a stop on the Reading Railroad`s Newtown Line. It later became a part of SEPTA`s Fox Chase Rapid Tran...
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Southampton

city and English Channel port, a unitary authority in the historic county of Hampshire, England. It lies near the head of Southampton Water, on a ... [3 related articles]
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Southampton

HMS Southampton was a British Southampton Class (originally to have been called Polyphemus class, and later renamed Southampton Class) cruiser of 9100 tons displacement launched in 1936 as the Polyphemus. HMS Southampton carried a complement of 700 and was powered by eight Admiralty 3-drum oil fuelled boilers providing a top speed of 32 knots. Arma...
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Southampton

Industrial seaport and administrative centre of Southampton City unitary authority in southern England, at the head of Southampton Water, 128 km/80 mi southwest of London; population (2001) 234,200. Industries include marine engineering, chemicals, plastics, flour milling, and tobacco. It is ...
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Southampton

Southampton, county district (1991 pop. 194,400), Hampshire, S England, at the head of Southampton Water. Southampton is Britain's second largest port. The London-Southampton railway, finished in 1840, and the double tide of the harbor made Southampton an important shipbuilding, trade, and tourist p...
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Southampton

village and town (township), Suffolk county, southeastern New York, U.S., lying along the south shore of eastern Long Island. Settlers from Lynn, ... [1 related articles]
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