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Boat store, Sheerness Naval Dockyard, Kent

RIBA2505-8
Greene, Godfrey Thomas (1807-1886)

Sheerness Naval Dockyard, Kent: the Quadrangle and warehouses from the dockside

RIBA5084
Holl, Edward (d. 1824)
NOTES: John Rennie was the engineer who surveyed and designed the new Dockyard for Sheerness, which was completed by his son after his death. Edward Holl, civil architect to Admiralty, and his successor George Ledwell Taylor, are thought to be responsible for the designs of the main brick buildings.

Sheerness Naval Dockyard, Kent: close-up of the chain-testing house

RIBA5085
Holl, Edward (d. 1824)
NOTES: John Rennie was the engineer who surveyed and designed the new Dockyard for Sheerness, which was completed by his son after his death. Edward Holl, civil architect to Admiralty, and his successor George Ledwell Taylor, are thought to be responsible for the designs of the main brick buildings.

Boat store, Sheerness Naval Dockyard, Kent

RIBA5086
Greene, Godfrey Thomas (1807-1886)

HMS Victory, Portsmouth Naval Dockyard, Hampshire: the stem galleries

RIBA10525
NOTES: The Victory was designed by Sir Thomas Slade, the Senior Surveyor of the Navy. She was the flagship of the Second Sea Lord and is best known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 under the command of Admiral Nelson. She was moved from moorings in Portsmouth Harbour to Number 2 dry dock at Portsmouth Royal Naval Dockyard in 1922 when work began restoring her to her 'fighting' condition of 1805.

HMS Victory, Portsmouth Naval Dockyard, Hampshire: the bows and figurehead

RIBA17257
Slade, Sir Thomas (1703/4-1771)
NOTES: The Victory was designed by Sir Thomas Slade, the Senior Surveyor of the Navy. She was the flagship of the Second Sea Lord and is best known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 under the command of Admiral Nelson. She was moved from moorings in Portsmouth Harbour to Number 2 dry dock at Portsmouth Royal Naval Dockyard in 1922 when work began restoring her to her 'fighting' condition of 1805.
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