Higher Barracks, Exeter

Richard Parker, 2007

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Fig. 58. View of the roof structure at the south end of the building, showing the unusual construction of the hip and evidence of a skylight or ventilator.
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Fig. 59. View of the Pioneer Shed and Bathrooms abutting the eastern boundary wall.
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Fig. 60. View of the Dining Room constructed on the site of the former latrines and Straw Store in 1938.
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Fig. 61. Plans of the Coal Store, Indoor Range, Magazine and Racquet Court showing the suggested phases of their development. Based on measured drawings by Exeter Archaeology.
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Fig. 62. View of the entrance to the Coal Store showing the brick piers and overthrow.
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Fig. 63. View of the Indoor Range constructed on the east side of the compound in the early 20th century.
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Fig. 64. View of the Magazine from the west, showing the remains of the surrounding wall and scars of adjacent buildings.
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Fig. 65. View of the Racquet Court from the south, showing the infilling of the original open front.
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Fig. 66. Plans of the Stores, Yard and Suttling House at the south-western corner of the barrack compound. Also of the Gas Meter House against the southern wall, showing the suggested phases of their development. Based on measured drawings by Exeter Archaeology.
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Fig. 67. View of the Stores from the west, showing the lean to roof of the Oil Store at centre and the gates of the Yard to the right.
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Fig. 68. View of the Suttling House from the north west showing the projecting extension on its west facade.
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Fig. 69. Detail of the carpenters' marks and tusk-tenoned joints employed in the floor structure of the Suttling House.
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Fig. 70. Evidence of the cellar stairs surviving in the east wall of the cellar of the Suttling House.
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Fig. 71. View within the northern part of the Suttling House showing the form of the roof structure and one of the former ventilators recovered from the roof space.
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Fig. 72. View of some of the timber huts occupying the former parade ground, probably constructed during the second world war period.
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Fig. 73. View of the 1960s or '70s Canteen building closing the south side of the quadrangle
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Fig. 74. Plans of the Pension Office, Foreman of Works Quarters and the Royal Engineers Yard showing the suggested phases of their development. Based on measured drawings by Exeter Archaeology.
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Fig. 75. The 1860s Pension Office in the lower part of the 1803 compound, showing its west elevation.
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Fig. 76. Timber offices relating to the Royal Engineers establishment at the top of the 1803 compound.
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Fig. 77. View of the Foreman of Works Quarters, later part of the Royal Engineers Office, showing the entrance facade.
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