Hand tinted plans, elevations, sections, site plan and detail of the proposed new quarters for three nursing sisters at the Hospital with a plan, elevation and section of the porch

20 Apr 1891
Station Hospital, Hospital Road, Dover, Kent
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Military Hospital, Hospital Road, Dover, Kent
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The plan is signed by a contractor and witness. There is a note of the dates of authorisation, commencement and completion and the estimated and actual costs. This must have been added later as the date of completion post dates the drawing date and date of the signatures.

The drawings of the main building are at 1" to 8 ft, the drawings of the porch and a detailed section of the foundations are at 1" to 2 ft and the site plan, which includes utilitys, at 1:500.

The plan has some slight alterations in red pen indicating changes between the built structure and the plans (dated 31 Jul 1893).

There is a manuscript note indicating the building was converted to Married Soldiers Quarters in 1922.

On the plans there are pencil notes indicating where a coal store, store room and upstairs WC was added in 1931-1932 with a note of cost.


This is part of the Volume: PF/DMH Dover Military Hospital, Kent; within the Series: EHC01/022 English Heritage Plans and Measured Drawings; within the Collection: EHC01 English Heritage(EH):Archive


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Victorian Military Hospital, Victorian Nurses Hostel