|Yaverland, Isle of Wight, England|
Overgrown section of Yaverland Battery
|In use||1864 onwards|
It originally mounted eight 7-inch Armstrong Rifled Breech Loading (RBL) guns, but by 1886 these had been replaced by eight 64 Pounder Rifled Muzzle Loading guns.
By 1902 the battery was re-armed with three 6-inch Mk VII Breech Loading guns. In 1956 on the dissolution of Coast Artillery all of the guns were removed and the site sold off.
- Moore, David, 2010. The East Wight Defences, Solent Papers Number 10, David Moore, Gosport. ISBN 0954845331