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Former British Gas Engineering Research Station, Killingworth

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Former British Gas Engineering Research Station, Killingworth (roof detail)

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Engineering Research Station, Killingworth

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Engineering Research Station, Killingworth

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British Gas Engineering Research Station, Killingworth

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BRITISH GAS RESEARCH STATION INCLUDING ATTACHED RESTAURANT BLOCK TO SOUTH - List Entry
- "Gas research station. Designed in 1965, built 1966-67. Designed by Ryder and Yates. Extension designed in 1974 and built in 1975-6 to originally contain a restaurant, a lecture theatre, classrooms ...

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ACC 41633 British Gas offices

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List number: 1259313
List grade: 2*
Tyne & Wear HER: 9289
Borough: North Tyneside
Grid ref: NZ2684671409

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