The lost Portsmouth landmarks YOU want to see return to the city

PORTSMOUTH has many iconic buildings and locations.

By Matthew Mohan-Hickson
Friday, 26th April 2019, 3:11 pm
Updated Friday, 26th April 2019, 3:18 pm
Portsmouth landmarks
Portsmouth landmarks

From Fratton Park to the Guildhall and Southsea Castle there are plenty of them. However sadly some beloved landmarks have been lost over the years. Here are the ones you want to see return. 

One of our readers said: 'Charlotte Street market for sure!'
This popular nightclub burned down but plenty of readers want to see it return. One reader wrote: 'Joanna's those floors were just awesome.'
Built in the 1930s, this racing track was in in Tipner. It shut down in March 2010 and then was demolished in 2012.
This landmark shopping centre was knocked down in 2004 after being constructed in the 1960s .
It was a very popular suggestion for a landmark to bring back to Portsmouth from our readers.
This was a very popular suggestion, one person wrote: 'Food court in cascades and the glass lifts'.
While Guildhall Square still exists in Portsmouth, some of our readers suggested turning to back to the old Guildhall Square.
Open between 1932 and 1972, this airport has long since closed down. One of our readers wrote: 'Portsmouth Airport as I'm not old enough to remember it in my lifetime.'
One of our readers wrote: 'Stanley road in Stamshaw. My family came from there and I think about them a lot. Getting rid of everything because of the motorway.'
One person wrote: 'There used to be a windmill in Southsea. What a landmark that would have been if preserved.'
Built on Southsea Common, this statue only had a brief lifespan after being built in summer 2010. It sadly burned down later that same year. However plenty are eager for it to return