Hampshire Treasures

Volume 12 ( Gosport)

Page 17 - Anglesey

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Chapel
C.18
St Luke (Haslar Hospital Chapel). Built 1756. Renovated 1963. Pedimented west front surmounted by small clock tower. West door with entablature and Tuscan columns. Round-headed windows. Modern interior, restored 1963-64. Ref: 1. Buildings of England (Hants and I of W) p.245. (Pevsner and Lloyd). Ref: 2. Two examples of architectural styles in Gosport - Gothic Revival and Neo-Classical. (1988) J. Brackenbury. The face of Gosport. Gosport Society.     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SZ 617 987
1009 22
Engineering work
Admiralty Experiment Works, No. 1 Ship Tank. Covered tank, water area 538 x 20ft. One of the earliest tanks for hydrodynamic experiments with ships models. Built 1886. Ref: 1. Gosport Records 3. Ref: 2. The Admiralty Research Establishment Haslar. (1986) L. Burton. Attentive to our Duty. Gosport Society.     SAM 506
SZ 613 986
1009 19
Jellicoe Avenue
Wall
Site of Alvercliffe House. Masonry wall approximately 110 feet long and 10 ft high. Alleged to have been built by Napoleonic prisoners-of-war, or alternatively built using stones from Alverstoke Church demolished 1850-1885. Centred on grid reference.     P(LB&CA) Act
SZ 598 985
1001 20
Little Anglesey Road
Engineering Work
Alver Creek. Masonry causeway. Formerly a bridge across the Alver River - now dammed.     SZ 603 987
1001 29
Little Lane
Cottage
C.17
'Thatched Cottage', No. 12. Two storeys, timber framed and cob walls. Thatched roof, casement windows.     P(LB&CA) Act
CA
SZ 600 987
1001 09
House
C.19
No. 14. 1830 house. Brick walls. Slate roof. Sliding sash windows.     GLL
SZ 600 987
1001 80
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