Southend-on-Sea (unitary authority)
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
272 x 203 mm. A view showing artillery officers and men posed beside a piece of heavy artillery suspended by blocks and tackle above a railway sidecar.
275 x 202 mm. A view showing the barrel of a large piece of artillery resting on blocks of wood, with an artillery man standing beside the barrel.
130 x 166 mm. A view showing the barrack clocktower and entrance with a guard platoon at attention in front of it.
70 x 136 mm. Three paintings of these locations montaged and rephotographed.
225 x 171 mm. A view looking across a field towards the Shoeburyness Garrison Church, built in 1886, with the clock tower visible in the distance at the right of the print. Two Barrack Blocks lie between the church and the tower.
134 x 81 mm. A view looking along the quiet High Street from the south-west, at the end of which was the entrance gate to the Barracks and Ranges. Photograph signed 'Poulton's Series'.
176 x 184 mm. Pen and ink sketches. Five sketches relating to the National Artillery Association Meeting of 1886 showing various parts of the Shoeburyness camp: the Canteen, the General Store run by William Coupe, the Telegraph Tent, the shoeblack's quarters, the field ovens and the notice board.
213 x 128 mm. An exterior view of the barracks buildings.
123 x 84 mm. Partially coloured watercolour and pencil sketch. A view looking towards Shoebury with gun emplacements in the foreground. The house in the background is the Commandant's Quarter and the Range Tower is on the left.
175 x 168 mm. Pen and ink sketches. Four sketches showing: the ranges at low tide, untouched target on the sands, looking in from the sands and the entrance to the camp.
223 x 163 mm. Coloured reproduction of the pier at Southend-on-Sea . The print is numbered '10, 215'.
225 x 163 mm. Coloured reproduction of West Parade at Southend-on-Sea.
208 x 153 mm. A view from the Long Course Officers Quarters looking out over a small orchard towards the garrison church at Shoeburyness.