A small area from where the magazine of a naval vessel is lighted, becoming separated from the mag by heavy glass windows.
a little space that the magazine of a naval vessel is lighted, becoming separated from the magazine by hefty cup windows.
a tiny apartment beside the magazine in a ship of war, in which lights for illuminating the magazine are placed behind dense cup house windows, to avoid danger from carrying fire on the list of explosives. Also referred to as light-box.
the space at the top of a lighthouse containing the lighting apparatus.