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Portsmouth - trowelhead - 28th April 2006

Morning folks I got a work related question (sorry). Does anyone know of a good site for researching the history Portsmouth Naval dockyard its just I have a research project to do there. Many thanks.

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Portsmouth - troll - 28th April 2006

Get hold of reports on:

Royal Clarence Yard (Gosport) and Gunwharf Quays (Portsmouth) from the SMR/Curators...........
Not comprehensive but a good start.

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Portsmouth - DigDug - 29th April 2006


You could try the museum just inside the dockyard, access from the Gosport ferry side

http://www.royalnavalmuseum.org/Researchsection.htm






Portsmouth - Weegie - 2nd May 2006

Hullo Trowelhead. Another place to look would be the Portsmouth Papers, a good local history research report series. You can find a list of reports available from Portsmouth Museums at

http://www.portsmouthmuseumsshop.co.uk/acatalog/The_Portsmouth_Papers.html

Good luck,

Weegie


Portsmouth - Weegie - 3rd May 2006

There is also a Naval Dockyards Society; their website is at

http://www.hants.gov.uk/navaldockyard/contents.htm

You might find the bibliography section most useful for your purposes - if you haven't found it already, of course.

Weegie