Gasholder House Listed in the National Register

The City of Concord, New Hampshire, hired The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc., to prepare National Register of Historic Places (National Register) documentation for the Concord Gas Light Company Gasholder House.  The documentation was signed by the Keeper of the National Register on January 12, 2018. Constructed in 1888 as a storage tank for purified manufactured coal gas, the nationally significant Concord Gas Light Company Gasholder House is the only remaining gasholder house in the United States that retains its gasholder.  The distinctive cylindrical brick building with a conical roof and cupola and Italianate detailing is a prominent landmark in Concord.

Click here to read the web posting about the project