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Woolwich Arsenal 1750: laboratory interior making charges
The Royal Laboratory was constructed in 1696 for the purpose of manufacturing ammunition, fuses and gun-powder. This drawing shows the laboratory interior around 1750 with workers shaping charges.
Original size: 380 mm x 555 mm
- Image reference: PX9664
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London