Higher Barracks, Exeter

Richard Parker, 2007

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Fig. 41. Reconstruction of the original 1790s Headquarters building before its destruction by fire in 1879 (Drawing by J. Read, based on a photograph reproduced in the Devon and Exeter Gazette, 10.1.1930)
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Fig. 42. Detail of the Coade stone coat of arms reused on the rebuilt Headquarters Building.
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Fig. 43. Ground- and first-floor plans of the 1881 Headquarters Building, showing suggested phasing. Based on drawings by Ford Gilpin Riley Architects.
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Fig. 44. South, east, north and west elevations of the 1880s Headquarters building. Based on drawings by Ford Gilpin Riley Architects.
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Fig. 45. Detail of one of the porches, showing the stained glass, tiles and moulded brick detail.
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Fig. 46. View of a typical Officers' room on the first floor showing the fitted cabinets flanking the chimney.
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Fig. 47a. Details of the staircases in the Servants' quarters - showing variations in detail and materials according to status.
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Fig. 47b. Details of the staircase in the Officers' quarters - showing variations in detail and materials according to status.
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Fig. 47c. Details of the staircase in the Quartermaster's quarters - showing variations in detail and materials according to status.
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Fig. 47d. Details of the staircases in the Mess Man's quarters - showing variations in detail and materials according to status.
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Fig. 48. View within the roof space of the Headquarters Building showing the character of the trusses.
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Fig. 49. Plan of the Riding School showing the suggested phases of its development. Based on measured drawings by Exeter Archaeology.
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Fig. 50. View of the west facade of the Riding School, showing the high architectural quality of the building, contrasting with the plainer treatment of the other buildings.
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Fig. 51. View of the roof of the Riding School.
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Fig. 52. Ground- and first-floor plans of the East Block, with the Pioneer Shed and Bathrooms, showing the suggested phases of its development. Based on drawings by Ford Gilpin Riley Architects and measured drawings by Exeter Archaeology.
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Fig. 53. East and west elevations of the East Block. Based on drawings by Ford Gilpin Riley Architects.
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Fig. 54. South and north elevations of the East Block. Based on drawings by Ford Gilpin Riley Architects.
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Fig. 55. Detail of the east elevation of the East Block, showing the areas of blocking relating to the lean-to extensions.
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Fig. 56. Interior view of a typical ground-floor barrack room, showing the segmental arch dividing the two areas.
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Fig. 57. View of one of the barrack rooms on the first floor showing the construction of the roof.
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