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Chelsea Barracks, London: the old chapel with the medical centre to the right

RIBA86308
Morgan, George (fl. 1850-1876)
NOTES: The chapel was part of the original barracks built by George Morgan in 1861-1863.

Chelsea Barracks, London: the old chapel with the medical centre to the right

RIBA86309
Morgan, George (fl. 1850-1876)
NOTES: The chapel was part of the original barracks built by George Morgan in 1861-1863.

Chelsea Barracks, London: looking towards the point blocks, with the medical centre on the left and the junior ranks club on the right

RIBA86310
Tripe & Wakeham
NOTES: There were two fifteen-storey point blocks (one per battalion) which provided accommodation for married soldiers and their families.

Chelsea Barracks, London: one of the point blocks with the NAAFI shop in the foreground

RIBA86312
Tripe & Wakeham
NOTES: There were two fifteen-storey point blocks (one per battalion) which provided accommodation for married soldiers and their families.

Chelsea Barracks, London: one of the point blocks with the NAAFI shop in the foreground

RIBA86313
Tripe & Wakeham
NOTES: There were two fifteen-storey point blocks (one per battalion) which provided accommodation for married soldiers and their families.

Chelsea Barracks, London: one of the accommodation blocks

RIBA86315
Tripe & Wakeham
NOTES: There were two fifteen-storey point blocks (one per battalion) which provided accommodation for married soldiers and their families.

Chelsea Barracks, London

RIBA86320
Tripe & Wakeham

Chelsea Barracks, London

RIBA86321
Tripe & Wakeham
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