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Building 86, Sheerness Dockyard
The lantern light to the roof was destroyed during a storm in 2007. It was agreed with the Conservation Officer that the structure of this was beyond repair.

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Building 86 with lantern light intact
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Temporary roof
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Temporary roof
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Roof truss
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Roof Lantern complete June 2013
The building is late C19 and the frame is cast-iron with wrought-iron trusses.

A Listed Building Application wasn made to replace this lantern light with a new structure.

Client: Peel Ports Medway.

Architectural historian: David Tarr

 
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