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Officers' Quarters

Royal Victoria Yard / Victualling Yard Officers' Quarters
Inscription

Officers' Quarters
This colonnaded range of buildings was constructed as quarters for naval officers based at the Royal Victoria Victualling Yard. The Yard provisioned the Royal Navy for more than two centuries from 1742.

Site: Royal Victoria Yard / Victualling Yard (4 memorials)

SE8, Grove Street, The Colonnade

Our photo is taken from the east. In the background you can see the inside of the retained arched stone entrance to The Colonnade from Grove Street. The Officers' Quarters plaque is in the colonnade. The two black metal plaques are on the wall to the right.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Officers' Quarters

Subjects commemorated Information

Victualling Yard, Deptford

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Officers' Quarters

Created by Information

London Docklands Development Corporation

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Officers' Quarters

Also at this site Information

Pepys Estate

The Pepys Estate was opened on 13th July 1966 by Admiral of the Fleet, The Ea...

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Royal Victoria Yard war memorial

On 19 March 1941 the Yard was hit by many bombs and incendiary devices leadin...

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Victualling Department Admiralty

{In the belt that surrounds the anchor:} Victualling Department Admiralty Th...

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