The Twyford Edwardian Steam-Powered Waterworks
The story of the Edwardian waterworks at Twyford near Winchester and how the Babcock & Wilcox water tube boilers were refurbished to enable the 1914 Hathorn Davey triple expansion steam engine to be brought back into steam in the 21st century.
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