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[[Image:Im20190916Parkinson1879.jpg|thumb| ca.1879. Station Meter built for [[Bromley Gasworks]] by [[W. Parkinson and Co]]. Four of these were installed. ]]
 
[[image:Im1955v200-p652b.jpg|thumb| 1955.]]
 
[[image:Im1955v200-p652b.jpg|thumb| 1955.]]
 
[[image:Im1955v200-p652.jpg|thumb| 1955.]]
 
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1870 The [[Imperial Gas Light and Coke Co]] developed gas works at Bromley on the east bank of the River Lea<ref>The Buildings of England, London 5: East. By Bridget Cherry, Charles O'Brien, Nikolaus Pevsner</ref>
 
1870 The [[Imperial Gas Light and Coke Co]] developed gas works at Bromley on the east bank of the River Lea<ref>The Buildings of England, London 5: East. By Bridget Cherry, Charles O'Brien, Nikolaus Pevsner</ref>
  

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ca.1879. Station Meter built for Bromley Gasworks by W. Parkinson and Co. Four of these were installed.
1955.
1955.

1870 The Imperial Gas Light and Coke Co developed gas works at Bromley on the east bank of the River Lea[1]


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  1. The Buildings of England, London 5: East. By Bridget Cherry, Charles O'Brien, Nikolaus Pevsner