ⓘ Glencorse Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Glencorse Barracks

Glencorse Barracks is a British Army barracks situated in Glencorse just outside the town of Penicuik in Midlothian, Scotland. It is one of the three barracks which make up the City of Edinburgh Garrison, with Dreghorn and Redford Barracks. It has been the home for The Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland since 2006.

                                     
  • source of Edinburgh s water supply. Also in the parish are Glencorse Barracks Bush House, Glencorse House, Woodhouselee and Easter Howgate. The northern part
  • Depot at Glencorse Barracks Penicuik. Junior soldiers from the Lowland Brigade moved from Glencorse to Gordon Barracks on the same day. The barracks closed
  • Roslin in 1874 and was extended to a location near Penicuik to serve Glencorse Barracks and a colliery in 1877 and to Penicuik Gas Works in 1878. Bus services
  • caused the village to grow. Later the British Army established the Glencorse Barracks still in operation, as a depot for the Royal Scots. An experimental
  • This is a list of listed buildings in the parish of Glencorse in Midlothian, Scotland. The scheme for classifying buildings in Scotland is: Category A:
  • the Barracks were shared by the Royal Highland Fusiliers and the Cameronians. Both regiments moved to the Lowland Brigade Depot at Glencorse Barracks Edinburgh
  • Infantry Depot SID Bridge of Don, in Gordon Barracks and adult recruits trained in the SID Glencorse In 1994, due to the Options for Change review
  • nemo me impune lacessit. From 1960 the Lowland Brigade was based at Glencorse Barracks The various Territorial Battalions that were also part of the four
  • followed. Caterham Barracks Surrey Foot Guard regiments Glencorse Barracks Midlothian Royal Scots Lothian Regiment Stoughton Barracks Guildford Queen s