ⓘ Ebrington Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Ebrington Barracks

The present barracks, named after Hugh Fortescue, Viscount Ebrington later Earl Fortescue, were built on the site in 1841.

The barracks were closed, when the 8th infantry brigade moved to Shackleton barracks in 2003 and the area in front of the barracks have been redeveloped Ebrington square in 2011. The Peace bridge, built across the river Foyle between the main part of the city to the West and Ebrington square in the East, was opened in June 2011.

                                     
  • Ebrington Square is a public space and tourist attraction in Derry, Northern Ireland built upon the former army parade ground at Ebrington Barracks Although
  • Part of Ebrington Barracks was handed over to the Royal Navy in mid - 1941 and the entire barracks came under Admiralty command in 1943 as RN Barracks Ebrington
  • Irish Republican Army s Derry Unit, which successfully raided the Ebrington Barracks of the British Army. As a result of this experience, Canning was sent
  • based at Ebrington Barracks Derry, and covered the north and northwest of the province. The Brigade Headquarters moved to Shackleton Barracks Ballykelly
  • artist Laure Prouvost. The prize exhibition was held at Building 80 81, Ebrington Square in Derry Londonderry, from 23 October 2013 to 5 January 2014, as
  • surgery for severe head injuries. The dead soldiers were stationed at Ebrington Barracks in Derry and were returning to base when the bomb went off. Four of
  • later, he was captured and wounded in Belfast. He was imprisoned at Ebrington Barracks in Derry. His guards thought he was too weak to escape so they paid
  • which were based at: Ebrington Barracks Derry, A, West Bank, Coy and B, Waterside Coy C Coy in Claudy, D Coy in Shackleton Barracks Ballykelly, E Coy
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