Hampshire Treasures

Volume 12 ( Gosport)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Memorial
Drinking-trough on Common. Concrete basin with two seats on either side. Memorial to Lt Cmdr. T.C. Meryon, washed off submarine No. C21 crossing the Tay Bar 26 January 1913.     SZ 596 985
1001 19
Local Open Space
Alverstoke Golf Course.     SZ 606 977
1009 08
Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
The Avenue
Pumping Station
Engine House at Bury Cross Pumping Station (very ornate water tower demolished).     SZ 600 996
1001 82
Military Road
Fort
Fort Monckton. Casemated Battery facing the sea, rampart with five bastions, two caponiers (one incomplete), dry moat, covered way with two salients and glacis and magazine. Erected as temporary structure in 1779. SMR SZ 69 NW 15. Ref: Portsmouth Papers 30 pp.44-58.     SAM 436
SZ 611 978
1009 15
Casemated Battery
Gilkicker Fort. Semi-circular casemated battery. Outside blocked by earth rampart. Open gun emplacements above casemates. Built c. 1854 as open battery with earth parapet. OSA SZ 69 NW (M) 1. SMR SZ 69 NW 17. Ref: Portsmouth Papers 30 pp.60-62.     P(LB&CA) Act
SAM 594
SZ 606 975
1009 18
Battery
Stokes Bay Lines No. 5 Battery. Earth rampart with four brick magazines, store and trace of gun emplacement. Ref: 1. Portsmouth Papers 30 pp.62, 63. Ref: 2. Gosport Records 14 pp.16, 19.     SZ 605 981
1009 17
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