The street which leads from the Centre towards Winchester. This is actually the second street to be called ‘Winchester Street’ …Read the Rest
Describes the zig-zag shape of the road.
I’m not sure about the derivation of ‘Windlesham Road’. Windlesham is a large village in Surrey and I can’t see …Read the Rest
Either named after the House of Windsor (i.e the current Royal Family) or the town of Windsor itself. It could …Read the Rest
I think this might be named after Thomas Wolferston who was an ‘ironfounder’ and inventor in the 1840s. There is …Read the Rest
There’s a Woodbury in Devon – although I can’t see any reason why the road would be name after Woodbury. …Read the Rest
Next to the wooded area on Bemerton Heath.
Named after a 15th Century Bishop of Salisbury, Lionel Woodville. This is in common with many of the roads in …Read the Rest
Also named after a Bishop of Salisbury – the founder of Bishop Wordsworth’s School. This road meets two others named …Read the Rest
This is on the Ridings Mead estate to the south of Salisbury in which all the roads are named after …Read the Rest
Wylye Close is in Quidhampton, which is about 3 miles west of Salisbury. It’s named after the river Wylye, which …Read the Rest
Wyndham Road is to the north of Salisbury City Centre. It is named after the Wyndham family, who included at …Read the Rest
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