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Hythe Village [Town] nestles between the edge of Southampton Water and the New Forest, some 500 yards west of the ‘American Base – RAF Hythe’.  The surrounding area is known as ‘The Waterside’. Hythe, with its waterfront, boasts incredible views across Southampton Water, while the village [town] centre, with its Georgian High Street, offers a range of shops, services, traffic-free precincts and parking facilities. There is also a passenger ferry which sails back-and-forth from Hythe Pier to the City of Southampton. The pier itself stretches some 640 meters into Southampton Water and is one of the ten longest piers in the British Isles. In 1922, a narrow gauge electric railway opened in order to take passengers the full length of the Pier.

Features:

 

Bus Shelter

Ferry Ticket Collectors (On pier landing platform)

Ferry Ticket Office

High Street Shops

Hotspur House

Hythe Passenger Ferry Boasts (Red & green livery)

Hythe Library & Car Park

Hythe Pier

Hythe Pier Landing Platform

Hythe Promenade

Library Road & Shops

Lidl Superstore & Car Park

People (Static & animated)

Pier Railway & Safety Railings

Pier Train (Parked at village end of pier)

Lord Nelson Public House

Prospect Place Park

Public Toilets

Seashells Lounge Bar & Restaurant

St. John's Church & Cemetery

Street Lighting

Streets & Roadways

● ‘The Marsh’ & New Road

Vegetation (Trees, bushes)

Vehicles (Buses & cars)

Waitrose Supermarket & Car Park

WWII Remembrance Plaque (Prospect Place Park)

 

Effects: Special effects include:

 

Animated Birds (seagulls-close to village & pier)

Chimney Smoke

Night, Dusk & Dawn Lighting Effects

Seagull Cries


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