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Mansfields Gas Works

Official Opening of the New Gasometer ?

Until the introduction of Natural Gas, locally produced Coal Gas and the Gasometer storage system was a familiar sight in most towns. Here we have the Gasometer with I assume the staff of the Mansfield Corporation Gas Department.

Here we have a very poor image (due to the high magnification) of the plaque on the Gasometer which I think reads:

MANSFIELD CORPORATION

GAS WORKS 1903

Councillor John Cr ____ Mayor

Alderman J H Blare Chairman

Arthur Crana_ Engineer

Clayton Cox & Co Ld Leeds

Contractors

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  • I remember the gas works ,  I  walked through  every time  I went to work  from Bradder St  to Pelham St, thats when I worked for J H Peggs  Transport, 1968 …..1970.

    Gary Noble

    By Gary Noble (09/05/2014)
  • I’ve long wondered about the gas works at Mansfield. Made from coal you’d have thought, like in most towns, the gas works would have had a railway siding for the the coal supply. Not at Mansfield it seems, it must have all come into the Ratcliffe Gate works by wagon?

    By Berisford Jones (26/11/2011)
  • The names on the Plaque are: Councillor John Crampton Alderman J. H. Blake Chairman Arthur Graham Engineer Clayton & Son Ld Leeds The Mansfield Advertiser, 6th Nov 1903, reported the Inauguration of the new gas holder.

    By John Vanags (19/11/2011)

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