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Dover Castle Barracks

by Sandy McLea Artwork Size: W: 90 x H: 38 cms (35 x 15 ins) Framed: W: 105 x H: 53 cms (41 x 21 ins) Photographic inkjet print on archival paper, watercolour paint, LED lights Dover Barracks, also know as the Officers’ New Barracks was constructed in the late 1850’s. The building originally contained accommodation for 45 officers housed in two wings. It has remained largely vacant since the Army’s departure from the Castle in the late 1950s. This artwork is from an image taken in 2017 just before the planned renovation. It captures the last moments of a dormant and untouched building.
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