North Western Gas Board

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The North Western Gas Board was a state-owned utility providing gas for light and heat to industries and homes in the north-west of England. it was established on 1 May 1949 under the terms of the Gas Act 1948,[1] and dissolved in 1973 when it became a region of the newly formed British Gas Corporation, British Gas North Western, as a result of the Gas Act 1972.

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Citations

  1. ^ Jessup (1994), pp. 1, 5

Bibliography

  • Jessup, John (1994), Lyon, John, ed., Gas in the NorthWest: 1949–1994, British Gas Northwestern