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19th Century furnace for gas lighting

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<p>19th Century furnace for gas lighting. Historical artwork showing a coal-fired furnace designed by the Scottish engineer William Murdoch (1754-1839) in 1798 to produce gas for lighting the Boulton and Watt factory in Soho, UK. The furnace heats coal to the point of decomposition and the resulting gases pass out through a chimney (upper right). The gasses were then fed through a system of pipes and lit to illuminate the interior of the factory's main building. Published circa 1867-1870.</p>

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