Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 25 - Bishops Waltham

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
Old Grammar School
Portland Square. Approximately dated from 1824. Now a car park.     C.A.
SU 553 175
1901 99
Railway Line 1863-1933
Botley-Bishops Waltham. Track now removed. Closed to passenger traffic 1933. Remained open for goods traffic until April 1962.     SU 540 160
1901 95
Building
Palace Stables. Flint walls. One aisle, roof with King-post, rebuilt in C.16 with brick walls, aisle removed. Ref: English Vernacular Houses. (Mercer).     SU 552 175
1901 132
Building (Site)
Clayland's House, Newtown. Constructed of red and black brick. Formed part of the famous Blanchard's Brick and Tile Works. Terracotta pottery now in local museum.     SU 547 178
1901 122
Building
C.19
The Priory, Newtown. Built as Royal Albert Infirmary. Foundation stone laid by Prince Leopold. Now Hampshire Police College. Named The Priory in early C.20 by 'White Fathers Society' a Roman Catholic Missionary College. Ref: 1. Illustrated London News, Aug. 13, 1864, p.177. Ref: 2. The Story of Bishops Waltham (Sergeant), p.49.     SU 547 174
1901 121
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