Show / Display
The Jervis Gallery, St Vincent College Campus, Mill Lane, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 4QA
Forton Lake is home to around thirty wrecked vessels of varying type, the majority of which arrived at the lake in the twentieth century. The Forton Lake Archaeology Project, organised by the Nautical Archaeology Society and Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology, was a project which involved local residents in attempting to uncover the heritage which had yet lain undiscovered at the lake.
As part of this, one local resident and promising young photographer named Daniel Karmy, undertook a detailed visual survey of the lake from 2007 to 2009, compiling a 2,700-strong archive of photographs of the wrecks. For Heritage Open Days Daniel shows the best of his Forton Lake photographs, projected large for all to enjoy. Daniel will be there to answer any questions visitors may have about the wrecks.
Please note that this is an Event from 2016
No Booking Needed
The Jervis Gallery is accessible to wheelchairs and buggies via ramped entrance.
There are other events happening at this location on this day. Visitors might also like to check the listings for ‘The Torpedo’ and ‘Forton Lake and It’s Boatyards’ (both illustrated talks) at The Jervis Gallery.
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Please enter via Mill Lane for parking and follow signs for Jervis Gallery. Some Blue Badge parking is available outside the Jervis Gallery (take next entrance off Mill Lane, signposted for The Gosport Shed).