The site Gasometer
can be considered of poor quality because of its high mean level of fecal coliforms and low means of O2 and BOD5.
The decaying structures, tarnished by rust and partly overgrown with weeds, are also known as gasometers
, a term coined by Birmingham famous engineer William Murdoch.
My interest stems from the fact that my grandfather, Samuel Milner, was foreman fitter at the gasworks during World War II, and told us all about the difficulties at the time that he and his fitters had to deal with in providing access to, and stability of, the structure of the gasometer
, for the bomb disposal team to defuse the land mine.
It's got a fold-down couch, TV, shower, toilet and, on a clear day, you can see the gasometer
on Newton-on- Ayr beach.
FROM a distance it looks like a huge, unfinished gasometer
with a ragged-toothed gap where the roof should be.
Only now, when those terrible dreams come, the building is the 160ft gasometer
she climbed to save a life.
Jez (Stuart Townsend) and Dylan (Dan Futterman) are both orphans who live in a gasometer
filled with Jez's weird inventions.
03 Contract Award Notice (below OJEU threshold) or call off from a framework (any value): The site of the former gasometer
plant at Grant Street in Helensburgh is to be developed into a new park and ride car park
Four years after its closure, I photographed the demolition of the iconic cooling towers and gasometer
at the Lanarkshire site and made a promise to return one day to discover the fate of the site and the people who worked there.
The "Brunswick Village" development on Caryl Street, Dingle is to be built close to a gasometer
The blast, it turned out, occurred at the Dunston gasometer
on Low Teams.
The other development was of a more industrial nature - apparently Middlesbrough needed a new gasometer