Gough Barracks :: Shared Description

The barracks were first established on the site in 1773 and served as the depot of the RIF (Royal Irish Fusiliers) between 1880-1960. With the coming of The Troubles it was garrisoned by the 2Bn UDR (Ulster Defence Regiment)in the early 1970s. From the mid seventies it has served as a policing base initially for the RUC and then its successor the PSNI.

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by Eric Jones
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H8845 : The Victoria Street gate lodge of St Mark's Parish Church by Eric Jones
H8845 : Gough Barracks from the graveyard of St Mark's Parish Church by Eric Jones


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Created: Sun, 19 Jun 2016, Updated: Sun, 19 Jun 2016

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