North east (entrance) elevation
Photographer: William Martinson




South west elevation
Photographer: William Martinson




View from west
Photographer: William Martinson




View from west
Photographer: William Martinson




South east elevation
Photographer: William Martinson




Ventilation 'slot' on south west gable
Photographer: William Martinson




Coping detail
Photographer: William Martinson




Coping detail with rock splitting fig
Photographer: William Martinson




Detail of gable edging
Photographer: William Martinson




Detail of dressed corner to hammer dressed block
Photographer: William Martinson




Historical Monuments Commission plaque
Photographer: William Martinson




Buttresses on north west elevation
Photographer: William Martinson




Detail of buttresses on north west elevation
Photographer: William Martinson




South west elevation of first Powder magazine
Photographer: William Martinson




North west elevation
Photographer: William Martinson




Screen wall to entrance door
Photographer: William Martinson




South east side of Powder Magazine
Photographer: William Martinson




North east gable
Photographer: William Martinson




War Department stone marker
Photographer: William Martinson




War Department W D and Broad Arrow mark
Photographer: William Martinson




Barrel vaulted ceiling of second Powder Magazine
Photographer: William Martinson




Barrel vaulted ceiling of second Powder Magazine
Photographer: William Martinson




View towards entrance door on north east side
Photographer: William Martinson




Barrel vaulted ceiling of second Powder Magazine
Photographer: William Martinson




Boarded ceiling - partly removed - to lobby
Photographer: William Martinson




Detail of vent on north east gable
Photographer: William Martinson




Barrel vaulted ceiling of first Powder Magazine
Photographer: William Martinson




A very early drawing by the Royal Engineers showing the site of Fort Glamorgan and confirming that the original settlement of East London commenced with the name London
Credit: Copy of drawing provided by Gill Vernon, East London

Submitted by William MARTINSON

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