Plaque

Gas Light and Coke Company

Gas Light and Coke Company Gas Light and Coke Company

Erection date: /6/2007

Inscription

City of Westminster
Gas light & Coke Company, 1813-1937, site of a gasworks which provided the first public supply of gas in the world.

Unveiled by councillor Carolyn Keen, Lord Mayor of Westminster.

Site: Gas Light and Coke Company (1 memorial)

SW1, Seacole Building, Great Peter Street

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Gas Light and Coke Company

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first public supply of gas in the world

Royal Charter granted in 1812 to Gas Light and Coke Company for street lighti...

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Gas Light and Coke Company

Founded by Frederick Albert Winsor (who also gave the world's first demonstra...

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Gas Light and Coke Company

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Westminster City Council

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