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From Stowage to Gun Turret

When the shells and charges should be transported into the gun turret, it was first put into some special locks, which protected the munitions from shooting flames.

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When shells and charges were delivered throught the flame lock, they were transported to the elevator in the turret on a small waggon which went all the way around the gun turret.

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From the waggons the shells and charges were loaded into the elevator and hoisted up into the turret.

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