Change to Derby's skyline as huge gas holders are demolished

Change to Derby's skyline as huge gas holders are demolished
 

Work to demolish two large gas-holders on Derby's Pride Park has been completed – and National Grid will soon put the site up for sale.
Once a fundamental part of the city's gas network, the gas-holders have not been used since the turn of the millennium and have been dismantled to make way for regeneration of the site.
At 12.8 and 11.2 metres high, their removal will change the city skyline and provide much-needed space for development.
National Grid began taking down the structures in March. The work involved pumping more than 88,000 cubic metres of water out of the gas-holders and... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 28
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