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Choose from 24 pictures in our Gas Supply collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Diver JLP01_08_077160
Diver JLP01_08_077160
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Pipelaying JLP01_08_077164
Pipelaying JLP01_08_077164
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Thrust boring JLP01_08_077158
Thrust boring JLP01_08_077158
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Pipelaying JLP01_08_076891
Pipelaying JLP01_08_076891
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Welding JLP01_08_076889
Welding JLP01_08_076889
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Pipelaying JLP01_08_076876
Pipelaying JLP01_08_076876
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Pipeline parking JLP01_08_076835B
Pipeline parking JLP01_08_076835B
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Fault detector JLP01_08_076822
Fault detector JLP01_08_076822
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Wrapping and sealing JLP01_08_076816
Wrapping and sealing JLP01_08_076816
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Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076813
Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076813
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Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076811
Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076811
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Stringer bead weld JLP01_08_076809
Stringer bead weld JLP01_08_076809
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Pipelaying JLP01_08_077164 Featured Image

Pipelaying JLP01_08_077164

NORFOLK. The Fens gas pipeline being lifted by a row of Caterpillar 583 pipelayers, with two workers crouched at one end of the pipe.
Work on laying the Fens gas pipeline started in June 1967 and was a joint venture between Laing Civil Engineering and French companies Entrepose and Grands Travaux de Marseille (GTM) for the Gas Council. Over 600 men worked on the project to lay 36 inch diameter steel pipes starting at West Winch in Norfolk and running to where it linked up with the next contract at Woodcroft Castle in Cambridgeshire. The pipeline crossed four rivers and numerous dykes and ditches. This photograph was taken as part of a batch to show the pipeline where it crossed the River Nar

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Pneumatic clamp JLP01_08_076807
Pneumatic clamp JLP01_08_076807
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Pipelaying JLP01_10_00159
Pipelaying JLP01_10_00159
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Pneumatic clamp JLP01_10_09124
Pneumatic clamp JLP01_10_09124
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Pipeline installation JLP01_10_09476
Pipeline installation JLP01_10_09476
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Welding JLP01_10_09121a
Welding JLP01_10_09121a
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Platform substructure JLP01_11_38577_06
Platform substructure JLP01_11_38577_06
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Pipeline JLP01_10_03787
Pipeline JLP01_10_03787
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Pipeline JLP01_10_02619
Pipeline JLP01_10_02619
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Pipeline JLP01_10_02617
Pipeline JLP01_10_02617
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Pipeline JLP01_10_02606
Pipeline JLP01_10_02606
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Pipeline JLP01_09_752704
Pipeline JLP01_09_752704
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Fens gas pipeline JLP01_08_077175
Fens gas pipeline JLP01_08_077175
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Pneumatic clamp JLP01_08_076807 Featured Image

Pneumatic clamp JLP01_08_076807

NORFOLK. A team of men working on the lining up operation of the Fens gas pipeline, showing the internal pneumatic clamp for locking steel pipes together.
Work on laying the Fens gas pipeline started in June 1967 and was a joint venture between Laing Civil Engineering and French companies Entrepose and Grands Travaux de Marseille (GTM) for the Gas Council. Over 600 men worked on the project to lay 36 inch diameter steel pipes starting at West Winch in Norfolk and running to where it linked up with the next contract at Woodcroft Castle in Cambridgeshire. The pipeline crossed four rivers and numerous dykes and ditches. This photograph was published in September 1967 in the Laing monthly newsletter Team Spirit

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection