Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 161 - Itchen Valley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Historic Site
Remains of embankment of railway which linked the First World War army camp (Treasure No. 2620 57) to Winchester. Several lengths of the embankment visible especially on Larkwhistle Farm.     SU 506 295
2620 58
Cottage (Site)
Lord Grey of Fallodon's Fishing Cottage. Built of brick and wood with a corrugated iron roof, only the chimney remained after a fire in 1923. Ref: Grey of Fallodon (Trevelyan), Photograph p.47, pp.46-51.     SU 531 326
2620 50
Site of Brick Kilns
Pitt Farm, Easton. Site off the A31. 250 yds. east of the New Inn. It is now a tree filled dell about 150 yds. across and 20-30ft. deep. No sign of kilns remain. Ref: 1. 1841 Census. Lists brickmakers at Easton. Ref: 2. 1851 Census. Ref: 3. 1890. Tythe map of Easton.     SU 523 298
2620 51
Site of Pond
Behind Martyr Worthy Village Hall. Excavations for drains revealed the site. Pond approx. 35ft. in diameter and constructed of 9ins. layer of brown clay. Depth of about 21/2 ft. Pond showed evidence of silting before it was filled in. Pond possibly of C.16/17 date, and probably served Worthy Farm.     SU 516 328
2620 94
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