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Gas Works Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Gas Works collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Gas Tanks at End of 23rd Street, New York, 1909. Creator: Louis Michel Eilshemius
Gas Tanks at End of 23rd Street, New York, 1909. Creator: Louis Michel Eilshemius
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Gas Works from the Canal, Berlin, 1921. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Gas Works from the Canal, Berlin, 1921. Creator: Joseph Pennell
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Lambeth Gas Works, 1872. Artist: Gustave Dore
Lambeth Gas Works, 1872. Artist: Gustave Dore
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Charging the retorts at the Beckton gasworks, London, 1878
Charging the retorts at the Beckton gasworks, London, 1878
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Men taking a break from charging the retorts, Lambeth Gasworks, 1872
Men taking a break from charging the retorts, Lambeth Gasworks, 1872
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Exterior view of City of London Gasworks, showing gasometers and coal barges at the quay
Exterior view of City of London Gasworks, showing gasometers and coal barges at the quay
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Illustration showing the working spaces of a gas works, 1828
Illustration showing the working spaces of a gas works, 1828
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Sectional view of Liverpool Gas Works, 1860. Artist: Charles Partington
Sectional view of Liverpool Gas Works, 1860. Artist: Charles Partington
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General view of a gas works, showing retorts being charged, 1835
General view of a gas works, showing retorts being charged, 1835
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Lambeth Gas Works, 1872. Artist: Gustave Dore Featured Print

Lambeth Gas Works, 1872. Artist: Gustave Dore

Lambeth Gas Works, 1872. Showing gas retorts, coal pods and workers. From the 19th century, manufactured gas was made by the distillation of coal. Taken from London: A Pilgrimage by Blanchard Jerrold and Gustave Dore. A Pilgrimage was a comprehensive portrait of London, but although the book was a commercial success many of the critics disliked it. Several were upset that Jerrold and Dore had concentrated on the poverty that existed in London

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