The museum houses many very large and rare diesel engines, all in working order. The collection includes six large diesel pumping engines, all British-built and of early to mid 20th century design, rescued from Fenland pumping stations. The Mirrlees engine is the original engine installed at Prickwillow pumping station in 1924. It also tells the story of the Fens, complemented by a static display of drainage and farming tools and equipment.
Operator: Prickwillow Engine Trust
Address: Main Street Prickwillow Ely Cambridgeshire CB7 4UN
Open Days & Times
Sat-Mon 16 Apr-Sep 1200-1600. Visit website for more details and advance booking.
- By Rail: Ely or Shippea Hill / 4.5 miles
- Souvenir Shop
- Part disabled access