|Owner||Ministry of Defence|
|Built for||War Office|
|Occupants||11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search Regiment RLC|
The barracks were established during the First World War alongside a depot for storing explosives from Woolwich Arsenal. By the end of the War 1,900 troops were based there. Then during the Second World War elements of the Royal Berkshire Regiment were based at the barracks.
The ordnance depot closed in 1964 when operations were moved to Bicester; Didcot power station was built on the site. The barracks, though, were retained; since 1982 they have has been the home of 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search Regiment RLC. They are now known as Vauxhall Barracks.
- 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Search Regiment
- Headquarters 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal & Search Regiment
- 421 Explosive Ordnance Disposal & Search Squadron
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