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Description: Water Tank on West Platform of Kemble Station
Date Listed: 27 February 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129363
OS Grid Reference: ST9848097632
OS Grid Coordinates: 398480, 197632
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6775, -2.0234
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KEMBLE KEMBLE VILLAGE
13/66 Water tank on west platform of
Large water tank with pumping machinery below. Probably 1882,
contemporary with main station buildings (q.v.) on G.W.R. Swindon
to Gloucester line, opened 1845. Rectangular cast iron tank of
riveted sections supported on 6 tall round columns, X-braced in
pairs, with curved brackets supporting iron beam pierced with
vertical ovals. Tank covered in curved bitumenised roof. In
centre are 2 boxed-in pipes with attached wheels to operate pumping
machinery presumably originally housed in small adjoining wooden
shed but interior of shed not accessible to check existence of
Listing NGR: ST9848097632
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Source: English Heritage
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