Major Moravian Resort town (The uncharitable say "LAST resort"). Home of the DREW tribe and several tribes of SAILORS. Divisions caused when St Thomas's named as the Cathedral rather than St Mary's continue to this day. Cathedral noted for its aircraft hanger at the West End. Three books of English Cathedrals agree in their decision not to include it. Portsmouth is also famous for the ancestral home of the DREWs, still inhabited by WILF and EDNA of the DREWS who from time to time rescue the Moravians from the perils of starvation.
a port city in southeastern Virginia on the Elizabeth River opposite Norfolk; naval base; shipyards
a port town in southeastern New Hampshire on the Atlantic Ocean
a port city in southern England on the English Channel; Britain's major naval base
Portsmouth is a city of about 189,000 people located in the county of Hampshire on the southern coast of England, United Kingdom. The administrative unit itself forms part of the wider Portsmouth conurbation, with an estimated population of 442,252 residents within its boundaries, making it the 11th largest urban area in England. A significant naval port for centuries, it is home to the world's oldest dry dock still in use and to many famous ships.