OT - Royal Navy History

jcoyle at iinet.net.au jcoyle at iinet.net.au
Sat Oct 12 21:49:10 EDT 2019

Cotty - I can remember drinking mead at a small pub which I think was at
Buckler's Hard in the 60's.  The "Fox and Goose", IIRC - did you notice if
it is still there?

John in Brisbane

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Subject: OT - Royal Navy History

Evenin' all.

Some listers might be interested in a bit of history - ever heard of
Buckler's Hard?

It's a village in the New Forest on the south coast of England where great
ships of the line were built in the 17 and 1800s for the Royal Navy. 64 and
74 guns - big men o' war. Nautical journalist and friend Tom Cunliffe takes
you on a short journey of discovery and personal recollection.......


Hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it.



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