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Visit to Glasgow Corporation Gas Works
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Temple Gas Works was built in by The Partick, Hillhead and Maryhill Gas Company, it was taken over by the Visit to Glasgow Corporation Gas Works book Corporation in and joined to the nearby Dawsholm site by a tunnel under the canal to form a single works.
The site closed in however the two large Temple gasholders are still in situ having been used until quite recently. Temple Works are now used only as storage and distributing station.
The combined area of the works is 42 acres. The total number of employees at these Works is Glasgow Corporation Gas Department, Glasgow Corporation This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
Works Name and dates Temple Gas Works () Served by the Stobcross Railway. Description. This gas works was opened by the Partick, Hillhead and Maryhill Gas Company. Glasgow Corporation bought the works innaming it Gasworks No 4.
Also known as Anniesland Gas Works. The works was provided with coal by rail. The identical gasholders were built by Barrowfield Iron Works Limited and R McAlpine and Sons for the Glasgow Corporation. The devices are no longer used for gas storage.
SGN had complained about the listing, saying: “Once they have stopped, as the gasholders have now, the structures have no understanding or expression. Glasgow Autonomous Space (GAS) is an autonomous social centre that provides space for groups working to fight capitalism and other forms of oppression About the space GAS was established in March when we took on the lease of a large warehouse building in Tradeston, Glasgow.
Members of the Glasgow Corporation a Poetical Sketch' Terms and Conditions Under Which the City Improvement Trustees May Dispose of the Property Known as the Townhead Old Gas Works' (, see Glasgow City Archives Report by a Deputation from the City and County of Newcastle-on-Tyne on Their Visit to Glasgow as to Housing of.
It was taken over by the Glasgow Corporation in and joined to the nearby Dawsholm site by a tunnel under the canal to form a single works. When under construction, the complex was the second largest gasworks in Britain, with a designed output of 9, cu ft, according to the Canmore archaeological data site.
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A large part of the records from these authorities are held within our records management system and are. A list of public and private gasworks recorded in the County of Cornwall, UK (According to late Victorian era mapping and records).Missing: Glasgow Corporation.
Built in Worked at Aberdeen Corporation Gas Works. Now on static display. Forth: ST: Fife Heritage Railway: Built in Delivered to the Scottish Gas Board, spent most of life at Granton Gas Works in Edinburgh.
Returned to steam in and operational on. Gas holder number four, which is ft high, was build in and was the third largest in the neighbour, which is ft tall, was built seven years later. They were constructed for the Corporation of Glasgow gas department on the former Temple Gasworks which was the second largest gasworks in.
Glasgow Corporation offered to buy it inbut the offer was rejected. In July it was sold to Shell and B.P. Scotland Ltd as Caledonian Service Stations Ltd.
In October planning permission was granted for the petrol station, garage, and the rebuilding of a. By there w gas lamps in the city's public streets, and 1, electric lamps. In the private streets and courts there were 6, gas lamps and electric lamps. The Corporation employed 1, workers in the Lighting Department.
Reference: Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums Keywords. It was subsequently bought over by the Glasgow Corporation in and linked to the nearby Dawsholm Gasworks via a private railway tunnel running under the Forth and Clyde Canal.
Book/Printed Material | Photo, Print, Drawing Glasgow Corporation Water Works: photographic views of Loch Katrine, and of some of the principal works constructed for introducing the water of Loch Katrine into the city of Glasgow / / by Thomas Annan ; with descriptive notes by James M.
Gale. British gasworks today. Coal gas is no longer made in the UK but many gasworks sites are still used for storage and metering of natural gas and some of the old gasometers are still in use. Fakenham gasworks dating from is the only complete, non-operational gasworks remaining in England.
Other examples exist at Biggar in Scotland and Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland. The Scottish Gas Board was a state-owned utility providing gas for light and heat to industries and homes in Scotland.
The Board was established on 1 Mayand dissolved in when it became a region of the British Gas Corporation. A ROW has erupted after landmark gas structures that have stood on Glasgow's skyline for more than years were given protected status by culture bosses.
The iconic Provan Gas Works near the. Gas Supply, Income, Expenditure, and Capital, Gas Supply, Particulars of Supplies to Glasgow and other Towns, ; Gas Supply, Purchase of Partick Works, ; Gas Supply, Quantity made, sold, leakages, and power, Gas Works, Valuation of General Educational Endowments, Glasgow Choral Union, Glasgow East End Exhibition,The establishment is due to Mr.
Hunt, who was mayor of Tan worth in the year of its inception. J A. Wark was born in Glasgow inand studied analytical chemistry at the University there, principally with reference to gas making. For some time afterwards he filled a responsible position in the Glasgow Corporation Gas Works.For example, The Gas Worker would undoubtedly have worked in the Dawsholm Gasworks, opened in and owned by Glasgow Corporation and actually just across the River Kelvin from Maryhill and thus within Glasgow city boundaries.
Glasgow’s provision of services like these was used as an argument for the city’s annexation of Maryhill in