Martin Caulfield Services Some Of The Last Remaining Gas Street Lamps In The Capital


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British Gas engineer Martin Caulfield, 69, services and cleans a gas lamp in Westminster on October 31, 2011 in London, England. Caulfield has been looking after the traditional lights since 1982. There are still around 1600 left in the capital.


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