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gasworks

a plant in which gas, esp coal gas, is made
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It is understood the planning committee approved the Gasworks Office Park which entails the building of an office building which will be between four and six stories high.
Mr Davies said part of the appeal of Gasworks Street was it would rebalance the number of car journeys across each bridge over the river.
As a child, I remember my mother used to say 'Your dad used to work there' when we walked past Nechells gasworks, which was owned by West Midlands Gas Board.
That old gasworks project is a Superfund site, the state Department of Environmental Conservation has been monitoring for more than 20 years.
Let's also dismiss the fact Shuggie, 13, has been with Gasworks since the age of four but that his senior club could still rake in a minimum of five grand in compensation if he joins a rival after 12 months and not have to pay a penny back down.
HISTORIC former gasworks which has lain empty for years could be brought back into community use as a church centre and cafe.
A FORMER gasworks in a seaside village has been "gifted" to the area by National Grid as a green space.
Following completion, the government will preserve a stake of 50% plus one share in Fogaz, which is also named Metropolitan Gasworks Ltd.
The attack on the gasworks on Winwick Road took place on February 26, 1993.
The Nazi document shows the main targets on Tyneside as: Cramlington (airfield, RAF headquarters); Dunston (power station, gasworks, warehouses); Elswick (fuel dump, power station, gasworks, warehouses, engineering and machine tool factory); Hebburn (power station, gasworks, steelworks, rolling mills); North Shields (fuel dump, port installations, gasworks).
Bremerton Gasworks (former gasworks facility) in Bremerton, Wash.
TOM FITZPATRICK, Via email Gasworks article sparked many memories I ENJOYED reading the article about the gasworks in RW 101.