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Concord Gas Light Company, Gasholder House, South Main Street, Concord, Merrimack County, NH



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B&W Photos

HB780458
General View Of Site Looking Nw.

HB780459
General View Of Site Looking W.

HB780460
Closer In View Of Site Looking Nw.

HB780461
Telephoto View Of Site Looking Nw.

HB780462
View Of Gasholder House Looking E.

HB780463
View Of Gasholder House Looking Nw.

HB780464
Closer In View Of Gasholder House Looking Nw.

HB780465
View Of Gasholder House Looking N.

HB780466
Detail View Of Gasholder House, Looking N, Showing Valve House Entry And Members Of Team Recording Structure.

HB780467
Detail View Of Gasholder House Roof And Cupola.

HB780468
Interior View Of Roof Looking Up To Cupola.

HB780469
Interior View Of Gasholder House Showing Wall, Window, Gasholder Guide Sheaves And Stair To Cupola.

HB780470
Interior View Looking From Inside Gasholder House Through Doorway To Valve House.

HB780471
Detail View Of Gasholder Guide Sheave, And Rail Attached To Interior Wall.

HB780472
Interior View Showing Top Of Gasholder Tank And Inlet Cylinder.

HB780473
Detail View Of Inlet Cylinder.


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Item Title


Location
South Main Street, Concord, NH

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER NH-7
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-5).
Building/structure dates: 1888 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1952
Significance: In service from 1888-1952, is the last structure of its kind in the U.S. still containing its original gasholder. Similar structures were a common feature in the urban areas of New England and upper New York. This one was built to increase the company's storage capacity and was retired when a natural gas pipeline reached Concord. This gasholder house and tank appear to be typical of those built in the late 19th century. The gasholder in this building is of the single lift type and is constructed of riveted iron plates.

Subjects
Brick Buildings
Circular Buildings
Industrial Facilities


Related Names
Deily & Fowler Of Laurel Iron Works
Whyte, W. C.


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. General view of site looking NW.
2. General view of site looking W.
3. Closer in view of site looking NW.
4. Telephoto view of site looking NW.
5. View of Gasholder House looking E.
6. View of Gasholder House looking NW.
7. Closer in view of Gasholder House looking NW.
8. View of Gasholder House looking N.
9. Detail view of Gasholder House, looking N, showing valve house entry and members of team recording structure.
10. Detail view of Gasholder House roof and cupola.
11. Interior view of roof looking up to cupola.
12. Interior view of Gasholder House showing wall, window, gasholder guide sheaves and stair to cupola.
13. Interior view looking from inside Gasholder House through doorway to valve house.
14. Detail view of gasholder guide sheave, and rail attached to interior wall.
15. Interior view showing top of gasholder tank and inlet cylinder.
16. Detail view of inlet cylinder.


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