Limerick Artillery Arrives in Sheerness for Heavy Gun Practice at Coalhouse Fort

On Monday, the Limerick City Artillery, which has been embodied for active service at Coalhouse Fort on the River Thames, arrived in Sheerness to engage in heavy gun practice. The practice will involve the use of guns mounted on batteries protecting the entrances to the Thames and Medway.

The Limerick Artillery is set to participate in the forthcoming mobilization of the Thames district, contributing their skills and expertise to ensure a well-structured and efficient defense system. This active involvement showcases the Artillery’s readiness to engage in vital activities aimed at strengthening and safeguarding strategic locations.

Devizes and Wilts Advertiser – Thursday 19 July 1900

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