Virtual Tour - North Camp fire station

You've made it to the former site of the North Camp fire station on Queens Avenue. Situated immediately next to the Brigade School this site is now part of the grounds of old Brigade School which houses a local playgroup and shielded by trees.

Where to now? Next door is the former Brigade School, with Duke of Connaught's Road close, and with Blenheim Barracks, Malplaquet barracks, Oudenarde Barracks, Tournay Barracks and Lille Barracks also situated close by, along with Redvers Buller Road and the former site of The Glasshouse prison, and running South is Queens Avenue heading into Aldershot with the busy Lynchford Road and the former site of the Wesleyan Soldier's home just to the North. Nearby to the East is the former site of the Connaught National Hospital and Redvers Buller Road. For the full list of locations nearby, pick where you want to go next from the menu on the right.

Quick tip Take a look at images 1-2 for authentic 'now and then' comparisons.

Click on an image to see how the former site of North Camp fire station has changed over the years. (Remember to scroll down to see the larger images).

1. 1896 2. 1937 3. 2007 4. 2008

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Image and thumbnail 1 is reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection. The original copyright to image 2 lay with the RA Series. Efforts were made to establish copyright provisions. If you feel copyright has been breached please contact us. The copyright to this scan lies with with Marmick Collectables.

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