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|S/W Overlay shows Portsmouth harbour at the year 1939.|
Potsmouth is a significant naval port for centuries, previously the world's largest naval base and home to many famous ships, Portsmouth has declined in recent years but remains a major dockyard and base for the Royal Navy.
|Image of Portsmouth harbour, contains ships etc.||10/12/2005||389|
|Here are all defense batteries and forts of Portsmouth.||12/14/2005||513|
|With a 170 meter high this tower gives his visitors a great overview of Portsmouth habour.||09/18/2005||421|
|Portsmouth Dockyard has been at the forefront of maritime technological developments since it was the site of the world's first dry dock in 1495.|
That was followed in the 1690s by the first stone wet and dry docks which can still be seen today, one being the home to HMS Victory and another to Mary Rose.
|HMVS Cerberus is a breastwork monitor, a type of turreted warship designed in the 1860s by Edward Reed. Launched in 1868 to defend the Australian colony of Victoria, Cerberus was named after the three-headed mythical dog which guarded the entrance to Hades. |
Cerberus is one the few surviving examples of a monitor warship in the world, but is currently rapidly deteriorating in Mel...
|Allows people to easily track between Portsmouth City's cycle map and an aerial view of the city||04/25/2006||500|
|Southsea Castle was built by Henry VIII between 1544 and 1545 to protect Portsmouth against possible French invasion. Its revolutionary design provided for the most efficient use of guns in attack or defence now that artillery dominated warfare.||10/15/2005||381|
|Several ships in Portsmouth harbour/doskyard||05/29/2006||393|
|Fratton Park has been home to Portsmouth Football Club since 1898. Two English Champions, Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and C B Fry are two famous names amongst the many how have played for the club over the years. ||02/26/2006||369|
|Portsmouth Commercial Port - Britain's best connected ferry port||01/13/2006||323|