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Millership, V., Satchell, J. (2010) Solent Marine Heritage Assets: Needles Protected Wreck Site. National Oceanography Centre, Southampton: Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology

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Site nameVarious
Grid reference TW 1443 9816 (point) TW 6011 8940 (point)
Monuments and Finds      

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DescriptionThis report focuses on the site monitoring which was undertaken on the Needles protected wreck on 3rd July 2009, in accordance with a Brief drafted by EH and agreed by the HWTMA. The site is located at a 200m radius from the point 50° 39.70’ North 01° 35.43’ WGS84, excluding any part of the area which lies above the high-water mark of ordinary spring tides. The site contains the remains of numerous wrecks, with two being so far identified as of particular historic significance; HMS Assurance, a 44 gun, fifth rate warship lost in 1753, and HMS Pomone, a 38 gun, fifth rate warship lost in 1811.
Associated identifier hampshir2-102765