The municipality Liphook is located in the east of Hampshire in England about half way from London to the north east to Portsmouth in the southwest on the Portsmouth Direct Line. Liphook to include the districts Bramshott, Conford and Passfield. On the eastern edge of the town, the southern source river Thames tributary Wey springs. In place of the early 20th century was the seat of the automaker Beacon Motors, is now next to the railway museum Hollycombe Working Steam Museum with the Hunslet Mills Class Jerry M and the Sporting Chance Clinic, founded by football coach and Exnationalspieler Tony Adams addiction clinic.