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the workplace where coal gas is manufactured

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The gas works were the largest in the country when they were built by the Birmingham and Staffordshire Gas Light Company, to manufacture and supply coal gas to Birmingham and surrounding towns.
Details are available at website www.reactivmedia.co.uk Reactiv was started by 41-year-old managing director Tony Abbott five years ago with just 12 staff, at its headquarters in Gas Works Lane.
ON THE CASE: Cllr Kieran Mulhall and Station Officer Bob Hickman outside the old Gas Works Social Club, in Radford.
DRIVERS could face delays next week during journeys through Pontypridd and Rhondda as major gas works get underway.
The staff will join others already working at the firm's base at Gas Works Lane.
Taylor Wimpey has told Dudley Council it wants to build 115 houses, with between one and four bedrooms, and 32 flats on the former gas works site in Constitution Hill, close to the A461 Southern Bypass.
"Coal Gas and Whitburn Gas Works" is the talk by Bob Mattemore at South Shields Museum, Ocean Road, tonight at 7.15pm.
Or was it something closer to home like the demolition of the last remaining gas holder at Foleshill Gas Works?
July 23, 1948: A fire followed an explosion in the purifying plant at Huddersfield Gas Works but no-one was hurt.
The report read as follows: "A verdict of accidental death was returned at the inquest in Birmingham today on Thomas Bushell (aged 46), a bricklayer's labourer of 4, back of 64 Henry Street, Ashted who died in the General Hospital on February 25 from injuries received when he fell 20 feet down a shaft while engaged on demolition work at Windsor Street Gas Works on February 17.
The project is centred around The Triangle - a group of terraced streets without front or back gardens near North Shields gas works. Families have joined with North Tyneside Council to create a Home Zone area.
The Sky Blues' planned new home - the delayed pounds 170 million Arena 2001 project at the former Foleshill gas works - will come under the spotlight at an open forum in Holbrooks.