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Edgware Gas Explosion



Edgware Gas Explosion

This is where a gas explosion ripped apart this house.

Location: Highview Gardens, Edgware, London

Description: In March 2007 a gas explosion completly destroyed this house in Highview Gardens. Now in September rebuilding work has still not yet started.


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Edgware Gas Explosion

This is where a gas explosion ripped apart this house.


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Edgware Gas Explosion

Yes I most certainly have been here, I live in the green and yellow house (previously) attached to the demolished one! But I dont think its such an exciting sight that warrants a visit. (gaynor)
Posted by gaynor on 2007-11-07
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