Higher Barracks, Exeter

Richard Parker, 2007

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Fig. 21. Detail of the roof space above the northern wards showing the timber ventilation ducts and the central part of one of the trusses.
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Fig. 22. View of the Drill Shed from the south, showing evidence of 20th-century rebuilding in the southern gable.
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Fig. 23. Ground- and first-floor plans of the Forage Store showing the suggested phases of its development. Based on measured drawings by Exeter Archaeology.
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Fig. 24. View of the east elevation of the Forage Store, showing the timber frontage and the adjacent Drill Shed.
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Fig. 25. View of the roof of the Forage Store, showing (in the background) the diagonal braces of the original open front.
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Fig. 26. Ground- and first-floor plans of the West Block, with the Wash House and Cleaning House, showing the suggested phases of their development. Based on drawings by Nationwide Surveys and Exeter Archaeology.
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Fig. 27. Mid 19th-century photograph of the Brixham lifeboat at Higher Barracks in c.1866, showing the northern parts of the West Block in the background (Devon Library Services, Westcountry Studies Library).
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Fig. 28. Reconstructed section of the West Block in the late 19th century. One of the original timber horse stalls in the stables has been tentatively restored. The central chimney has been replaced with paired chimneys (Drawing by R.W. Parker)
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Fig. 29. East elevation of the West Block (top), and west-facing section through the building (bottom). Based on measured drawings by Exeter Archaeology.
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Fig. 30. Sections through the NCOs' mess room and staircase block (top), and through the Officers' stables at the north end of the West Block (bottom).
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Fig. 31. Interior view of one of the southern stables (Room 8) showing the secondary iron columns with unusual projecting lugs.
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Fig. 32. View of one of the southern first-floor rooms after stripping showing the paired doorways in the corridor (left) and a later partition (right).
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Fig. 33. Detail of one of the doorways showing the original boarded cladding and void for an overlight.
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Fig. 34. View within the roof space showing the form of the trusses and the arched structures containing the original chimney flues, with a later brick wall infilling the void.
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Fig. 35. Detail of the staircase in the northern part of the West Block, showing the timber and iron upper and lower flights.
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Fig. 36. Detail of the possible dumbwaiter mechanism serving the ground and first floor of the West Block.
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Fig. 37. View of one of the officers' rooms showing the fitted cupboards and the unusual treatment of the corner window.
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Fig. 38. View of the hipped end of the building showing the construction of the roof, chimneys and the timber balustrades.
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Fig. 39. View of the Wash House from the south.
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Fig. 40. View of the Cleaning House from the north east.
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