ⓘ Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow

                                     

ⓘ Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow

Cavalry Barracks is a British Army installation located north of Hounslow Heath in Hounslow, west London. Hounslow was one of 40 new barracks established around the country in the wake of the French Revolution, to guard against the dual threats of foreign invasion and domestic sedition. The barracks later became a busy depot for the London military district. It is described by Historic England as one of the most significant and complete barracks in the country.

                                     
  • Lane Camp, Hounslow London is a former camp of the British Army it was originally built as an extension to the Cavalry Barracks Hounslow and was also
  • July 1884. The station was originally named Hounslow Barracks in reference to the Cavalry Barracks Hounslow south of the station on Beavers Lane. The station
  • Nottingham and Sheffield as well as Hounslow Barracks just west of London Several smaller cavalry and artillery barracks were established around this time
  • heath was still in use as a training ground for horse - mounted cavalry based at Hounslow Barracks a gun shooting range, and adjacent army medical units including
  • includes the main remaining part of Hounslow Heath. A British army cavalry unit had been based since 1793 at Hounslow Barracks centred 500 metres north of the
  • Lille Barracks Aldershot 1st Battalion, Irish Guards, Cavalry Barracks Hounslow London 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, Victoria Barracks Windsor
  • Afghanistan as part of Operation Herrick in 2004 and then moved to Cavalry Barracks Hounslow as a public duties battalion in July 2005. In 2004, as a part
  • Barracks Werl, and then to Battlesbury Barracks Warminster Jan 1998 - Feb 2005. 1st Royal Regiment of Wales moved from Cavalry Barracks Hounslow
  • training formation. After the War the command moved back to Hounslow Barracks in Hounslow When the Territorial Army was reformed in 1947, 54th East