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Wednesday 22nd October 2014

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York Station Imphal Barracks

York Garrison consists of two stations, York Station (based on Imphal Barracks) and Strensall Station (based on Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Strensall).

York Station accommodates HQ York Garrison, 15 (NE) Brigade HQ, 2 Signal Regiment, Defence vetting agency and many small administrating units. Imphal Barracks is very accessible and within easy reach of the a64 just off the a19, one mile from the city centre. To the rear of the barracks is situated the excellent community centre called The Low Moor Centre, Families accommodation, the gymnasium and outdoor all weather sports complex.

 In 1951 the barracks were named Imphal Barracks. Imphal was considered to be the most significant battle honour won by the West Yorkshire Regiment in the Second World War.  The siege of Imphal Plain was deemed to have been raised on 22 June 1944 and this date continues to be observed as a Regimental day by the present Regiment.

Services Families accommodation is located near Imphal Barracks,Fulford and Queen Elizabeth Barracks, Strensall. Some serving personnel will be quartered at RAF Linton on Ouse which is located approximately 10 miles north of York. Officer’s quarters are located on Strensall Park in Strensall.



The information on this site has been compiled from various sources accessible on the internet:  acknowledgements are due to The British Army Website, the HIVE website, and Wikipedia
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