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It was situated on Twelvetrees Crescent, on the eastern side of the River Lea and near to Bromley-by-Bow tube station. 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 are currently in storage in Leicester Gas Museum; and controlled by The National Gas Museum Trust, who hope to create a permanent display.
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