Made in Preston, the website about Preston, Lancashire

Fulwood Barracks

Fulwood Barracks was built in 1848. According to the Queens Lancashire Regiment Museum website it is the most complete example of mid-Victorian military architecture in the country. It was built as part of a chain of seven barracks to quell the Chartists. The site is also part of a Civil War battlefield.

On the 20th June 2009 a Military Day was held and the photographs below were taken to show the buildings.


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