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Caversham

Caversham may refer to:

Also
  • Caversham AFC, an association football club in New Zealand
  • Caversham Airfield, a former Air Force base and motor racing circuit at Caversham in Western Australia
  • Caversham Bridge, a bridge across the River Thames in England
  • Caversham Court, a public garden and now-demolished mansion located on the north bank of the River Thames in Caversham, on the outskirts of Reading, England
  • Caversham International Tennis Tournament, a professional tennis tournament held in Jersey, Channel Islands
  • Caversham Lakes, a set of lakes created through gravel extraction between the suburb of Caversham in Reading, Berkshire and the hamlet of Sonning Eye in Oxfordshire, just north of the River Thames
  • Caversham Lock, a lock and weir situated on the River Thames in England at Reading, Berkshire
  • Caversham Park, a Victorian stately home with parkland in the suburb of Caversham, on the outskirts of Reading, England
  • Caversham Park Village, a community in the suburb of Caversham, on the outskirts of Reading, England
  • Viscount Caversham, a subsidiary title of the Earl Cadogan
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