Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Farm Buildings
C.19
Home Farm. Barn and cowsheds. Red brick with hipped gable ends to slate roof. Carved stone dated 1791.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 442 193
0607 10
Hall
C.19
Railway Institute. Built 1891 by Mitchell, Son & Gutteridge. Drab brick with neo-Jacobean details. Slate roof. In prominent position between park and railway station. Ref: Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.199.     SU 455 191
0603 11
Romsey Road
Church (remains of)
C.19
Parish Church of the Resurrection. Small church built by G.E.Street 1868, largely due to the generosity of Charlotte Yonge, whose profits from her writings went to the erection and furnishing of the church. Destoryed by fire. Ref: 1. Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.198. Ref: 2. Old Eastleigh 1838-1889, p.89.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 456 193
0603 07
Memorial
C.19
Iron cross in graveyard of Church of the Resurrection. Dated 1880. Memorial to a person named Knight.     SU 456 193
0603 12
Memorial
Wrought iron surround to memorial. To Frances and Henry Ellis, in graveyard of Church of the Resurrection.     SU 456 193
0603 13
Southampton Road/Factory Road
Buildings
C.19
Interesting complex built in 1874 as a brewery for Little and Ross. Altered to use as a warehouse and shop.     SU 456 188
0603 15
Railway Station
C.19
Sir William Tite's original block built in 1840 survives. Italianate classical in style. Decorated brickwork and three columns of iron supporting platform canopy, marked Lankester 1841. Interesting chimney stacks. Ref: Buildings of England (Hants) (Pevsner and Lloyd) p.198.     P(LB&CA) Act
SU 457 190
0603 06
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