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Description: Two Stone Sculptures by Entrance to Princes Hall
Date Listed: 9 June 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 137830
OS Grid Reference: SU8607850812
OS Grid Coordinates: 486078, 150812
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2500, -0.7680
Two stone sculptures
by entrance to Princes
SU 8650 5/7
2. C.1859. Two carved stone plaques, mounted on low bases, being the
surviving elements of the former gateway, at this point, to the East
Cavalry (Warburg) Barracks. Rectangular white stone blocks, with cambered top
edge. In high relief carving, each has the initials VR (Victoria Regina)
enclosed within an oval wreath of oak leaves, with crossed ribbons; on each
side a branch of laurel leaves. At the foot, incised letters with the words,
in one case 'EAST CAVALRY BARRACKS', and in the other 'ERECTED AD 1859'.
Listing NGR: SU8608751108
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Source: English Heritage
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