Batavia Gas Light Company, Gasholder Houses, Batavia New York
Date added:March 24, 2010 Categories: New York Industrial
GENERAL VIEW OF GASHOLDER FROM SOUTH.
 Additional Information
  • Built: 1855
  • Status: Unknown
  • Location: Evans and Ellicott Streets
  • City: Batavia
  • County: Genesee
  • State: New York

The gasholders at Batavia are typical examples of structures built throughout the Northeast during the 19th Century for the storage of gas.

Originally built by the Batavia Gas and Electric Company. Currently owned by the National Fuel Gas Company.


SMALLER GASHOLDER FROM EAST.
SMALLER GASHOLDER FROM EAST.


LARGER GASHOLDER FROM SOUTH.
LARGER GASHOLDER FROM SOUTH.