The armoury crate fireworks clipart

Jul 01 2019

The wooden structure was one of the few buildings to survive the great fire of 1898. Although it was a single structure it is referred to as “The Armouries” by members of The Royal Westminster Regiment. In 1895 contractor David Bain, using designs of Thomas Fuller, began construction on the site. The building was completed in 1896 but would still require the completion of the Gun Room in 1898. In addition to the parade square the building houses the Regimental Museum, offices, quartermaster store room, Officers’ Mess and Warrants’ and Sergeants’ Mess (the Junior Ranks’ Mess is housed in the adjoining building). It formerly housed a firing range in the basement and was eventually replaced with a Small Arms Training (SAT range) in a second building on the site. The building is a Recognized Federal Heritage Building.

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