Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

Page 65 - West End

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
River Itchen
Forming Parish Boundary. Runs through open country, a chalk stream, renowned for its salmon and trout fishing.     SU 460 165
2634 08
View Point
The Farmhouse, Swaythling Road.     SU 454 155
2634 14
View Point
Thornhill Roundabout.     SU 473 130
2634 14
View Point
Hickley Farm.     SU 478 138
2634 14
Sky Line
West End Ridges. Within this area are some fine examples of native and foreign trees, planted by local landowners C.18-19. Centred on grid reference.     SU 469 143
2634 13
Trees
Chapel Close and Patricia Road.     TPO 304
SU 469 143
2634 13
Trees
West End Copse.     TPO 73
SU 458 144
2634 13
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Bronze Age
Tumulus (site only)
Moorgreen Dairy Farm. No visible signs remain. 1810 map shows 5 tumuli in the area. OSA SU 41 SE 40. Ref: HFCP 14 (1938/40) pp.15, 359.     SU 477 147
2634 05
Tumulus
Rear of Moorgreen Hospital. Excavated by Southampton University by cutting channel through. OSA SU 41 SE 4. Ref: HFCP 14 (1938-40) pp.19, 359.     SU 476 146
2634 04
Tumulus (site of)
Off Moorgreen road. One of a group of three. Levelled by ploughing in the late C.19 and now destroyed by industrial development. OSA SU41 SE 4. Ref: HFCP 14 pp. 19, 359.     SAM
SU 475 148
2634 03
Hillfort
Hickley Wood Hillfort. Small bank is all that remains of hillfort largely destroyed by gravel extraction.     SAM 561
SU 474 138
2634 17
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