As is usual, I'd seen the site on google earth, and could see barrack blocks along the side of a hill and other similar buildings around an ageing square.
I believe this to be the remains of Crookham or Ewshot Camp south of Fleet/Church Crookham built in the 1900 for the Royal Field Artillary and Royal Army Medical Corps.
There is a VERY detailed history at:
I checked this out late one night, and found there to be a path running between the two halves, but as it was cold, windy, dark, and there were owls hooting constantly, the empty, unlit blocks looked very spooky and I left it for a daytime trip :|
Heading back from London on the Tuesday after the pissup (and after the Pyestock hearing started), I dropped by and parked up at the end of the footpath and started the walk in.
I heard a few dog barks and thought nothing of it.
I followed the path, checking the not particularly large fence on either side for potential access, then got to the point where I could see further into the site and was presented with the view above.
It turns out the site is being used for training guard dogs and handlers, I assume for the police, security companies and the nearby Pyestock ;o)
After being asked not to take any more photos of them, I took a few more, then went to see about the sourthern part.
I climbed through, and got a few hurried shots before bottling out again as I could be clearly seen from the live part and didn't fancy being part of the training.
On with the few photos...
The remainder of the photos are at the usual site:
I'll probably revisit it when they don't have guard dogs running around!!