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The old mill at Langstone in Hampshire, England. Neville Shute the author and aircraft designed once lived here. When the bombs started dropping on Portsmouth during the second world war Neville Shute moved to this mill, which was owned by his close friend the artist Flora Twort.
The Royal Oak pub, which is about 500 years old, was originally four smugglers cottages and has been licensed since 1725.

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