No Man’s Fort – Portsmouth Travel Poster
No Man’s Land Fort, also referred to as No Man’s Fort, is a sea fort in the Solent, near Portsmouth, England. It is one of the Palmerston Forts built between 1867 and 1880 after the recommendations of the 1859 Royal Commission. It is 200 feet in diameter and lies 1.4 miles off the coast of the Isle of Wight.
This No Man’s Fort poster shows the fort as it stands today. The fort is now a luxury home/hospitality centre for high-paying guests with an indoor swimming pool and two helipads.
You may like these other Solent Fort posters:
Horse Sand Fort Portsmouth Travel Poster
About the Travel Posters series
I love travelling and seeing new places and landmarks. I also like to keep a little keepsake like a fridge magnet or postcard of the places I’ve visited. This inspired me to start designing my own take on local and worldwide landmarks. I want to evoke memories of the places you’ve visited with my wide collection of travel prints.
All orders are made to order.
Posters up to A3 are printed on 230gsm archival matte photo paper.
A3+ sized posters are printed on 180gsm high-quality poster paper.
All orders are shipped in reinforced envelopes or sturdy postal tubes.
Please bear in mind that the colour may vary from what is seen on screen.
FRAME NOT INCLUDED
We do not include frame options. This is to keep delivery costs down.
All poster sizes that are offered will easily fit in any frame available at a framer or shop such as IKEA.