powder house

powder house

[′pau̇d·ər ‚hau̇s]
(civil engineering)
A magazine for the temporary storage of explosives.

powder house

An isolated storage place for gunpowder; once found in areas subject to enemy attack; also called a powder magazine.
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WIDNES will be hoping to put the disappointment of their last home defeat against Leigh behind them when they travel to take on Vale of Lune at Powder House Lane.
Volunteer crew members from Criccieth''''s RNLI lifeboat station were called to the incident near the Powder House at the entrance to the estuary at 3.
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The visitors will be looking to reverse the result earlier in the season when LSH travelled to Powder House Lane and produced a fine performance to triumph 26-13.
He is also said to have worked on construction in other areas, including the boiler house, ammonia house and powder house.
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A brick built powder house (left), used to store explosives which created the quarry now used as Stoney Cove diving centre, near Sapcote, has been sold as part of two lots of land around the village which fetched a total of pounds 56,000 at auction.
This tour includes the property's firstlimestone quarry, the powder house where chemicals for blasting were stored, the kilns where the lime was cooked out of the stone, and a dilapidated cooperage where lime-packing barrels were made.
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WIDNES will be hoping for better things today when, weather permitting, they will make their penultimate trip up the M6 mto take on Vale of Lune at Powder House Lane.