These days, this magazine is used to house a stepladder, a decaying wooden bench, some stones, a chain and some manner of wickedly scissoring implement of death. And an electric light! How electricity must have pleased and calmed the souls of men in charge of powder! Imagine needing to fetch powder from a magazine and heading in there with a candle!? Of course there were various contrivances at work to shield flame from powder in such instances, was still flame. Of course by the time reliable electric lights were available, gunpowder was secured within shells, no longer rolling around loose in perhaps, as he stacked sealed cannon shells, the first powder monkey to be shown an electric light muttered, "well that's completely unnecessary!"