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Popular tourist attraction of Buckler's Hard in Hampshire, England. A maritime village near Beaulieu. Bucklers Hard was the birthplace of many British naval vessels, including many of Admiral Nelson's fleet, using the timber of the New Forest. The Hard, under the control of Master shipbuilder Henry Adams was responsible for building many famous ships during the late 18th century and early 19th centuries. The georgian cottages that run down to the water are the home of museums and reconstructions of shipbuilders lives. Sunny day with path leading to the river.