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An impressive Victorian building containing a pair of classic Boulton & Watt beam engines and pumps restored to their original 1887 condition and in steam.
Tel: 01884 840 960.
Former textile mill opened as a working museum. Tour the working levels and view the 1910 Lancashire boiler, 1910 300hp Pollit & Wigzell steam engine,…
High Peak Junction,
Tel: 01629 533 287.
Unique 1849 Graham & Co. beam engine pumps water from the River Derwent into the Cromford Canal. Steam supplied by two locomotive style boilers built by…
Tyne and Wear,
Tel: 0191 521 0235.
Illustrates aspects of water pumping. The two original Hawthorn beam engines of 1868, designed by Thomas Hawksley, have been restored and are steamed at…
Wigan Pier Quarter,
Heritage Way, off Pottery Road,
Tel: 01942 828 128.
This huge 2,500hp four cylinder triple expansion horizontal steam engine is housed in its original engine house of 1907.
Tel: 01432 357 236.
The story of drinking water brought to life through massive working pumping engines. Key exhibits include a triple-expansion and a twin-cylinder inverted…
Tel: 01278 691 595.
Grade II* Listed building (c1830) houses award winning 1861 Easton Amos steam land drainage machine. 1924 Robey PortableBoilerforraisingsteam.Largest collection…
Tel: 0115 963 2938.
Britain’s finest Victorian fresh water pumping station. Two James Watt beam engines with Lancashire boilers. Robey winding engine from Linby Colliery,…
Tel: 01621 843 183.
Many forms of exhibits ranging from the restored Lilleshall triple expansion water pumping engine to smaller domestic items. Also 7.25in. gauge miniature…
Tel: 01785 822 138.
A former water pumping station with two horizontal tandem compound steam engines, Lancashire boilers, Weir pumps and well head gear.
Tel: 01302 330 430.
An impressive collection of restored stationary steam engines. In total around 18 steam engines & pumps are on display, the majority of which can be run…
Tel: 01707 873 628.
Located in the remains of the Tottenham Sewage Works which now forms part of Markfield Park. The principal exhibit is the Victorian beam pumping engine…