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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.
Closure[edit | edit source]
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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