Stratford Works was the locomotive-building works of the Great Eastern Railway situated at Stratford, London, England. The original site of the works was located in the 'V' between the Great Eastern Main Line and the Stratford to Lea Bridge route and in the early years was also the home of Stratford Locomotive Depot .
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The new gas works had its own canal basin in between locks 14 and 15. The gas works also had its own railway system and industrial locomotives, with a direct link to the main lines of the London & North Western Railway, and the Great Western Railway. Both sides of the works were linked by a small bridge between locks 14 and 15 which carried the internal railway over the canal.
1 The Statford upon Avon Gas, Light and Coke Company was formed on the 17th March 1834 and opened its first works, in Chapel Lane, in the 1st September of that year.
1 Shown on the 1905 OS map, on the left hand side of the Birmingham Road on the north bank of the Stratford on Avon Canal. 2 Gas works marked on 1977 map.
At the end of a quiet little street turning out of the main road, just past Stratford Market Station on the Great Eastern line, I discovered it, and it struck me as ...
Site Name Former Gas Works Reference Number U14 Settlement Stony Stratford Size (Ha) 0.17 Planning history/context This section provides a brief overview of any ...
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A SEARCH has been going on for former workers of the old Beckton Gasworks in East London to help rescue’ the history of one of Britain’s biggest industries.
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