Accident in drying house for coloured stars at Factory No. 65, Kent. Accident no. 89, 1902. No. CLII. Report to the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the circumstances attending an accident which occurred in the drying house for coloured stars at the factory of the Blenheim Engineering Company, Limited, at Tunnel Lane, Greenwich Marshes, on the 25th March, 1902: by Captain J. H. Thomson, H.M. chief inspector of explosives.

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Transcribed from: Accident in drying house for coloured stars at Factory No. 65, Kent. Accident numbers 89, 1902. No. CLII. Report to the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the circumstances attending an accident which occurred in the drying house for coloured stars at the factory of the Blenheim Engineering Company, Limited, at Tunnel Lane, Greenwich Marshes, on the 25th March, 1902: by Captain J. H. Thomson, H.M. chief inspector of explosives. 1902 [Cd. 1114] XI: Original Publisher details.
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Reports on the circumstances attending Explosions and other Accidents in Mines, &c. 1902: Greenwich Marshes (Fireworks), 25th March 1902 (Explosions - Explosives: Explosions and other Accidents in Mines, Quarries, Factories, &c)
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