Portsdown Walks - No2

 Created 01-02-2004    Last update 01-02-2004


This is the second in a series of walks that I have produced to allow others to visit and appreciate the heritage of Portsdown.


What You'll see

  • Naval Fuel Bunker Northern Portal - details
  • Naval Fuel Bunker Valve Compound - optional - details
  • Approach road to the UGHQ escape tunnels - details
  • Cooper Shelter - details
  • UGHQ Secure Underground Radio Station - details
  • WWII Anti-Tank Ditch and field defences - details
  • Radio Station Aerial Mast Anchors - details


Distance: 2.5 miles (4.1Km) 
Time required: 2 hours or more to allow for looking around
Conditions: Strenuous. Some 1:4 slopes and a lot of off road walking. Boots required.
Disabled access: Not possible
Facilities: None. Pubs, Burger and Ice Cream vans at the Viewpoint 1 mile east. Click here for the best Caf ever in Cosham. No public toilets.
What else to do: Royal Armouries Museum at Fort Nelson to the West. Free parking and admission. Open all year

Download the walk

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