Drill Hall, Arnold street
Drill Hall, Beccles road
Armoury, Commercial road

Drill Hall, Arnold Street:
‘Artillery Drill hall, Arnold street.’ (Kelly, 1891)
1st Norfolk Volunteer Artillery, Eastern Division Royal Garrison Artillery Nos. 5 & 6 Garrison Companies (Kelly, 1900)
‘3rd East Anglian Ammunition Column; head quarters, Arnold road.’ (Kelly, 1912)

The Lowestoft Directory 1891 states that 'The DRILL HALL was erected about 1872, by the Artillery Corps. VOLUNTEERS - ARTILLERY, 160 men. INFANTRY, 200 men. YEOMANRY, 50 men.'

We believe that this drill hall is used by a car sales company. We would be grateful for any up-to-date information.

Drill Hall, Beccles road:
3rd East Anglian (Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field Artillery, 1st Suffolk (Howitzer) Battery; head quarters
2nd East Anglian Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps, Lowestoft Detachment 6th (Cyclist) Battalion Suffolk Regiment; E company
Suffolk Yeomanry (Duke of York’s Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars); Detachment of D Squadron
(All Kelly, 1912)
An Armoury at Beccles road is recorded.

Armoury, Commercial Rd:
2nd Volunteer Battalion Norfolk Regiment; I & K Companies (Kelly 1900)
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