Hilsea Lines

Hilsea Lines

Hilsea Lines,

The Hilsea Lines are a line of 18th- and 19th-century fortifications built to protect the Northern approach to Portsea, an island of the coast of England which is part of the city of Portsmouth and its key naval base. Today the lines are accessible for most of their length and home one of the most varied wildlife havens in Portsmouth, containing woodland, hedgerows, meadows, both fresh and brackish water areas, marshland and coastal habitats. Portsmouth. 18th and 19th century fortifications built to protect the Northern approach to Portsea. Also home to one of the most varied wildlife havens in Portsmouth, containing woodland, hedgerows, meadows, both fresh and brackish water areas, marshland and coastal habitats.

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