Higher Barracks, Exeter

Richard Parker, 2007

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Fig. 78. Exterior of the Royal Engineers Yard, showing the remains of the boundary wall of the 1803 barracks.
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Fig. 79. Plans and elevations of the barracks constructed in 1792 at Hulme, Manchester (redrawn by Sue Goodman, reproduced from Douet, 1998, Fig. 54)
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Fig. 80. Comparative plans of the 1790s Headquarters Buildings at Exeter and Norwich, (compare also Hulme, Fig. 79). That of Exeter is based upon the 1876 OS 1:500 maps, the plan of Norwich upon drawings by Philip Judge, reproduced in Douet, 1998, Fig. 55).
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