Barracks, Barracks Road, Newcastle-under-Lyme

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Date:1960 - 1979 (c.)

Description:The Italian styled Militia Barracks were built in 1855 from red brick. The Barracks were the headquarters of the 3rd King's Own Staffordshire Rifle Regiment, which assembled annually at Newcastle for training, until 1880. In 1882 W.H. Dalton bought the Barracks and settled them in trust for use by the Rifle Volunteers of Newcastle, which became the Territorial Force in 1907. In 2002 the Barracks had been let and contained small businesses.

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Italianate Barracks & Camps
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Donor ref:PA 2223 (22/4563)

Source: Brampton Museum and Art Gallery, Newcastle under Lyme

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