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Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: the retained pavilion-type wings

RIBA133381
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: looking across the double-height dining area at first-floor level

RIBA133382
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms. See RIBA133352 for a colour version of this image.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: the ground-floor conference room

RIBA133383
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms. See RIBA133360 for a black and white version of this image.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: view from the first-floor gallery over the lecture theatre

RIBA133384
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms. See RIBA133361 for a black and white version of this image.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: the main dining area

RIBA133385
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms. See RIBA133369 for a black and white version of this image.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: the double-height reception room

RIBA133386
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms. See RIBA159194 for a colour version of this image.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: the first-floor gallery looking across to the older building

RIBA133387
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms. See RIBA133394 for a colour version of this image.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: a room in the original building

RIBA133388
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire: detail of the glazed roof on the courtyard infill

RIBA133389
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms. See RIBA159195 for a colour version of this image.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire

RIBA133390
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire

RIBA133391
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms.

Netley Police Force Support Headquarters, Netley, Hampshire

RIBA133392
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: This was a conversion of the remaining part of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (1856-1863), which had been demolished in 1966. Included were new structures around the existing 19th century Victoria House, as it was known, which was converted into a training centre with offices, dining area kitchens, bars and lounges. The new structures were designed to provide specialised technical services and incident rooms.
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