Visiting the Gosport Diving Museum

Nuytten, Phil
January 2013
Journal of Diving History;Winter2013, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p64
Academic Journal
The author discusses the history of the Gosport Diving Museum in Gosport, Hampshire, England and highlights his visit to the museum. The museum is situated in a battery constructed in the 1860s. The author said that some of the museum's exhibits covers the earliest divers, early helmet diving, and recreational diving. John Bevan and his wife Ann hosted the author's tour.


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