Transverse sections through the site of the planned canteen and recreation rooms including the planned buildings and showing the proposed re-profiling of the slope

1 Feb 1868
Dover Castle, Canteen And Recreation Rooms, Dover, Kent
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Dover Castle, Regimental Institute, Dover, Kent
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The sections are on the lettered lines shown in MP/DOV0144 and MP/DOV0146. There are six in total and the various buildings appear on five of them, the foundations and uses for the rooms are also shown. The plans show the present slope with grey shading the proposed new topography with pink shading, indicating how the hillside will be cut back. One is marked 'Wrong' in pencil. The plan was signed by four officers between the 1st February 1868 and 8th April 1868. It is number twelve of the original job.


This is part of the Job: PF/DOV/004 Plans, sections and elevations of the Canteen and Recreation Rooms, Dover Castle; within the Volume: PF/DOV Dover Castle, 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 Canteen, Victorian Recreational Hall, Victorian Toilet, Victorian Storehouse