The old Guildhall in 1940, less than a year before it was destroyed during The Blitz
Picture: Portsmouth News archive
The old Guildhall in 1940, less than a year before it was destroyed during The Blitz Picture: Portsmouth News archive

13 places that were destroyed during WW2 in the Portsmouth area

There were some amazing beautiful buildings in our area that were sadly taken from us by fire or wartime bombings.

Tuesday, 30th November 2021, 12:07 pm

Some of the included in this selection are Hostler’s Wholesale Confectioners that were in Commercial Road, Hall’s windmill that once stood in Waterlooville, the original Guildhall before The Blitz, The Falcon pub in Kings Road, Southsea and the original Thorngate Memorial Hall in Gosport.

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