No Mans Land Fort (Solent) Reviews
Description:A fort built in the Solent as part of the Palmerston Forts. Its purpose was to protect Portsmouth.
Newest Review: ... but you need a helicopter to do so. All of these forts including No Man's Land are currently Grade II listed properties, they currently have planning permission to make them habitable but you can't do much as these are all awaiting the English Heritage Ancient Monument status, which will just add to their history. No Man's Land Fort and is situated 2.2 kilometers away from the isle of ... more
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by - written on 19/11/08 (Very useful, 4458 readings)
INTRODUCTION I have been a regular visitor to Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight for many years, I find these locations to be two of Britain's gems not only do the offer something for all tourists but they also have some very unique things that add to Britain's history. I have never really being a fan of history, but while on a trip to Portsmouth I noticed four forts which are located in the solent. Usually I would not have bothered but I was so inspired by a visit to the Spit bank fort, that I took it upon myself to find out about all of the other forts. Here I am reviewing the No Man's Land fort, as it is a fort that is packed ... Read the complete review
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