Exploring Kent's Past

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ID:SKE29508
Title:Sheerness Port: Historic Environment Assessment Report
Originator:Scott Wilson
Date:2013
Summary:This Historic Environment Assessment Report discusses the results of a cultural heritage desk-based assessment and historic structure survey undertaken at Sheerness Port for Royal Haskoning on behalf of Peel Land and Planning Ports.

Associated Monuments

TQ 97 NW 109620th century lifeboat station, Sheerness Dockyard (Building) ()
TQ 97 NW 1095Brick structure of probable military origin, Indented Lines, Sheerness (Monument) ()
TQ 97 NW 196Brick wall and rooms used for military purposes, part of the Indented Lines (Monument) ()
TQ 97 NW 127Coast Defence Battery: Centre Bastion (1890s), Sheerness (Monument) ()
TQ 97 NW 1094Concrete jetty and floating berth, sheerness (Monument) ()
TQ 97 NW 1084GARRISON POINT FORT (Listed Building) ()
TQ 97 NW 138Practice Battery: Centre Bastion, Sheerness (Monument) ()
TQ 97 NW 126Remains of a battery of 2 x 12 pounder QF guns and related structures (Monument) ()
MKE111012Revetment and possible cartridge store, Indented Lines, Sheerness (Monument) ()
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