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Description: Weir with Inlet Pipes at King George Pumping Station and Adjacent to King George Reservoir
Date Listed: 14 January 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 200849
OS Grid Reference: TQ3727697851
OS Grid Coordinates: 537276, 197851
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6627, -0.0166
The following building shall be added:-
Swan and Pike Lane
TO 39 NE (east side)
Weir with inlet pipes at
King George Pumping
Station and adjacent to
King George Reservoir.
Weir with inlet pipes. Opened 1913. Designed by William Booth Bryan for
Metropolitan Water Board. Italianate granite balustrade, set on English bond brick
wall, is placed above 4 cast-iron-outlet pipes with upturned ends. Pipes emptied
water into a brick chamber with a chamfered granite sill, over which the water
flowed down a cascade into the reservoir. Weir is flanked by stepped brick walls
with granite coping.
(The Engineer, March 21, 1913, p.297).
Listing NGR: TQ3727697851
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Source: English Heritage
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