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Lorries at Beckton Gas Works.Lorries at Beckton Gas Works.
Beckton Gas Works.

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Repro ID: H1825
Title: Lorries at Beckton Gas Works.
Description: A fleet of lorries, belonging to Becspray, a subsidiary of the Gas Light and Coke Company, are lined up at the Beckton Gas Works. They would have been used to deliver the myriad chemicals that were a by-product of the gas production process.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 20th century
Credit line: Newham Archives and Local Studies Library Collection.

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