ⓘ Drumadd Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Drumadd Barracks

The barracks were established on Hamiltonsbawn Road in Armagh in 1975. They became a base for 2nd Battalion, Ulster Defence Regiment in 1976, during the Troubles, and then became headquarters for 3rd Infantry Brigade, who moved from the Mahon Road Barracks in Portadown, in February 1988. The barracks were also the southern area regional command headquarters. In November 1996 a 2.500 lb bomb planted by the Provisional Irish Republican Army was found abandoned about half a mile from the barracks.

In 2003, he was ornate window, a monument in the barracks Archbishop Robin Eames. The quarters were released in July 2007 and sold for redevelopment in September 2014.