Wellington's Barracks in Birdcage Walk
Wellington's Barracks in Birdcage Walk
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Wellington's Barracks in Birdcage Walk
General view of Birdcage Walk, Westminster, looking east with Wellington Barracks on the right. With trees, taxi, pedestrians and bollards. Birdcage Walk gets its name from the site of James I's aviary. Wellington Barracks has a white facade and appears behind the trees and iron railings. Designed by Sir Francis Smith and Philip Hardwick in 1833, the Barracks are Grade II listed and provide accommodation for the regimental headquarters staff of the Foot Guards; listing number 1218567.
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