Hampshire Treasures

Volume 12 ( Gosport)

Page 27 - Elson and Bridgemary

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Biological and scenic
Elson Wood and foreshore. Area rich in fauna and flora.     SU 602 032
1004 03
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Post Norman
Fort
Fort Brockhurst. Earth rampart with emplacements on top. Brick caponiers, casemates, keep and wet moat. Built 1858-62. OSA SU 50 SE(M). SMR 50 SE 30. Ref: 1. Arch. J. CXXIII (1966) pp.149-151 (A.D. Saunders). Ref: 2. Buildings of England (Hants and I. of W.) pp.249-251 (Pevsner and Lloyd).     SAM 363
SU 596 020
1004 02
Fort
Fort Elson. Earth ramparts with emplacements on top. Brick scarp caponiers, and small casemates. Small section of moat filled in to give access. Built 1855-60. OSA SU 50 SE(M). SMR SU 50 SE 32. Ref: 1. Arch. J. CXXIII (1966) p.150 (A.D. Saunders). Ref: 2. Buildings of England (Hants and I. of W.) pp.249-251 (Pevsner and Lloyd).     SAM 427
SU 599 029
1004 01
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Wych Lane
Farmhouse and Farm Buildings
Wych Farm. C.18 Farmhouse, two storeys, brick rendered, four sash windows. Central door with porch. Small timber-framed barn with thatched roof, late C.16/17. Granary on straddle stones, C.18. Farm now cleared and site developed for housing.     SU 579 036
1002 03
Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
Cottages & weighbridge
Nos 196 and 198, Brockhurst Road. Toll Bar cottages and weighbridge, on the roadside.     SU 597 017
1003 10
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