Hampshire Treasures

Volume 4 ( Winchester)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Winnall Manor Road. Cherry, walnut, acacia, hawthorn and mountain ash trees line the road. Centred on grid reference.     SU 493 297
1503 69
Site of Natural Interest
Winnall Moor. Area west of disused railway line to parish boundary. Herb-rich wet grassland, with some fen and reed beds. Private fishing lake. Good representative flora and of great ornithological interest. Centred on grid reference.     SU 490 303
1503 117
Winnall Moor. From footpath adjoining the fishing lake. Views to south of the Cathedral and city, to the northwest views of the fishing lake and Winnall Moors.     SU 491 303
1503 33
Meadowland northeast of Dykes Farm, between footpath and old railway line. Views southwest of St. Giles' Hill, the Cathedral and the Guildhall.     SU 490 301
1503 36
Winnall Moor. North-south from Abbotts Barton boundary to Dykes Farm. Fine views towards city.     SU 493 309
1503 25
Winnall Moor. Two fine specimens of white poplar beside footpath. Centred on grid reference.     SU 492 308
1503 28
Group 3 - Man-made Features
Alresford Road (south side)
Now densely wooded and overgrown. Site of St. Giles' Chapel.     SU 491 293
1503 72
Pillar Box
Morn Hill Post Office. Conventional iron post box, but rare because it is marked E. R. V I I I.     SU 494 294
1503 127
Bar End Road (east side)
Steps and Paving
Corner of Bar End Road and East Hill leading up to Cathedral View. Concrete and brick steps. Hawthorne trees planted in memory of W.I. Wolford, 1961, with seat close by.     SU 486 289
1503 86
Blue Ball Hill (north side)
Nos. 1 and 2, Rosemary Close. Originally six cottages, now two. 1 storey and attic. Red brick walls with tile-hung gable ends. Old tile roof. 2-light casement windows with diamond lattice panes, and gabled dormers.     T. & C. P. Act
SU 486 296
1503 08
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