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Chimney and Chief Street wall, Brompton Gasworks (K. Kinsella)

Lighting the Way: Brompton Gasworks Paste-Ups

Revisit the state heritage-listed Brompton Gasworks and its role in ‘lighting the way’ for Adelaide in this self-guided street exhibition of historical images presented in the form of ‘paste-ups’. The street exhibition will run for the whole month of South Australia’s History Festival. Join us on 1 May for the launch, a free coffee, and an introduction to the project from event organisers at Hindmarsh Library. Supported by City of Charles Sturt.

Presented by Bowden Brompton Futures Group, Hindmarsh Residents Association Community Archive Group

When

Street exhibition: throughout May. Launch: Sat 1 May, 10.30am (approx. 60 mins)

Where

Hindmarsh Library (suggested starting point), 139 Port Rd, Hindmarsh

Price

Free

Contact

Katriona, bbfuturesgroup@gmail.com

Info

Open Doors Family Friendly Full Toilet Facilities Partial Wheelchair Access

Hindmarsh Library has disability access (including toilets) during opening hours. Street exhibition is wheelchair accessible along foot paths, however quality may vary.

Connect

https://www.bromptongasworks.com/

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