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London Gas Museum


E3 3JH London, Great Britain (UK)

Address Twelvetrees Crescent
Floor area 10 m² / 108 ft²  
Museum typ Exhibition
Industry / Production Technology
  • Radios (Broadcast receivers)

Opening times

Status from 03/2020



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Location / Directions
N51.522920° W0.004700°N51°31.37520' W0°0.28200'N51°31'22.5120" W0°0'16.9200"

Bromley, commonly known as Bromley-by-Bow, is a district in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in East London, located on the western banks of the River Lea, in the Lower Lea Valley in East London.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
The London Gas Museum was a museum in Bromley-by-Bow in east London, England.

It was situated on Twelvetrees Crescent, London E3 3JG, on the eastern side of the River Lea and near to Bromley-by-Bow tube station. The building dates from 1905 when it was part of a gas works and is still known as the London Gas Museum for post. Amongst other exhibits, it held a gas-powered radio, and an assortment of survey maps for gas companies.


In 1998, the museum started preparing to close, and distributed its collections to various entities.The former contents were merged with the collection in the Leicester Gas Museum.

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