St Helens Fort (Solent) Reviews
Description:A larger Royal Commission sea forts in the Solent off Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.
Newest Review: ... for me makes it that bit extra special. ST HELENS FORT Originally St Helens fort should have been much bigger, but once it was being built is suffered from really bad subsidence so they had to make it a lot smaller than they wanted to prevent it from sliding down into the sea. As this is much smaller than the other three forts it has the advantage that it is not standing in the bust ... more
Customer St Helens Fort (Solent) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/11/08 (Very useful, 1557 readings)
INTRODUCTION As many of you may be aware I have a very keen interest in the four forts that are situated in Port Solent and with this review I am going to review another of the forts. I have always admired the forts from a far and even had the chance to visit a few of them, as only two are accessible to the public at the moment, I have researched these for many years and like to keep up to date with the information I have collected over the years. I have always had a bigger interest in St Helens fort and No mans land fort as these two are both currently for sale, although the prices do vary a lot as No Mans Land is a lavish hotel and this ... Read the complete review
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