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A Post Stressed Concrete Gasholder Tank at York

IN 1951 the North Eastern Gas Board agreed to the provision of additional gastorage capacity at York. High and low pressure storage schemes were considered and it was finally decided to proceed with the erection of a spirally guided gasholder of approximately 2 million cubic feet capacity. T. Albone and H. E. Manning