Selection of shells produced in East Anglia

The Great War of 1914 to 1918
Picture Gallery of
Bury St Edmunds and surrounds
The East Anglian Munitions Committee


Picture Page 2 - Pictures of the Ipswich Depot

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The Munitions Committee Depot buildings at Ipswich seen from The Lodge. Located on the premises of Ransomes and Rapier.

The Munitions Committee Depot buildings at Ipswich, as seen from Ransomes and Rapier's Yard. Note the railway sidings on the premises.

The Munitions Committee Depot Office staff at Ipswich.

The Munitions Committee Depot Storing and Cleaning Department for shells.

Another view of the Shell Storing and Cleaning Department.

The Shell Varnishing Department.

The Component Department. Fitting the base plates.

The Government Inspection Department.

Another view of the Government Inspection Department.

The Small Shell Paint Shop.

The Dispatching Department. Note the railway sidings which come right into the shed for loading up.

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