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Description: Water Pumping Station Pump House and Boiler House
Date Listed: 25 April 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 272203
OS Grid Reference: SJ8302233924
OS Grid Coordinates: 383022, 333924
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9025, -2.2538
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ECCLESHALL MARSH LANE
Water Pumping Station:
Pump House and Boiler House
SJ 83 SW 9/111
Circa 1913. Red brick with stone dressings. T-shaped on plan with the Boiler
House projecting from centre of Pump House; tall semi-circular headed windows;
bays defined by brick rusticated piers; arched doorway on left-hand side and
similar doorway on north side, both with stone steps up; moulded stone string-course;
stone corbelled eaves; tiles. One of the few remaining steam-operated stations.
The Pump House contains 2 fine engines - a 1926 horizontal tandem compound
Hathorn Davey with a piston rod extension operating external well pumps, and
a similar 1914 Ashton and Frost engine; together with economiser engine and
Listing NGR: SJ8302233924
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Source: English Heritage
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