Southern Wing

Some articles on southern wing, wings:

Sydney Hospital - Early History - Shoddy Construction
... ordered the contractors to remedy these defects but by 1820 the southern wing was deemed particularly unsafe, with reports that some of it had collapsed and had to be rebuilt (C ... Greenway was commissioned to undertake repairs to both the wings of the hospital, including alterations to the roof of the southern wing and the rearrangement of its internal spaces ... More substantial repairs were carried out on the southern wing in 1826 (Crook 2003 12) ...
Sydney Hospital - Alternative Uses - The South Wing
... When the General Hospital was completed in 1816 the southern wing was used for its planned purpose as the quarters for the Assistant Surgeon as well as a storage facility ... a medical depot") for the Military occupied the southern wing until 1854 (Crook 2003 13) ... There were plans for the southern wing to become a military hospital in 1840, however this did not come to fruition ...
Interiors Of Buda Castle - Southern Wing
... (Király-lépcső) - The Baroque main staircase of the southern wing gave access to the private apartments of Emperor Francis I ... The kitchens were originally situated on the ground floor of the southern wing but they were already relocated by Hauszmann ...

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