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Kew Bridge Steam Museum a guide by Kenneth Brown

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Published by Kew Bridge Steam Museum in [London] .
Written in English


  • Kew Bridge Steam Museum.,
  • Kew Bridge Pumping Station.,
  • Museums -- Great Britain -- Guide-books.,
  • Steam-engines -- England -- Kew Bridge -- History.,
  • Pumping stations -- England -- Kew Bridge -- History.

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Statementby Kenneth Brown.
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16403948M

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Situated on the site of the old Kew Bridge Pumping Station in Brentford, near Kew Bridge on the River Thames in West London, England, the museum is centred on a collection of stationary water pumping steam engines dating from to It is the home of the world's largest collection of working Cornish engines, including the Grand Junction 90 inch, the largest such working engine in the nates: 51°29′20″N 0°17′25″W / . Book your tickets online for London Museum of Water & Steam, Brentford: See reviews, articles, and photos of London Museum of Water & Steam, ranked No.3 on Tripadvisor among 18 attractions in Brentford/5(). Kew Bridge Steam Museum Green Dragon Lane Brentford TW8 0EN UK [email protected] From to - Supplying water to London by steam. The museum tells the story of London's water supply using the original steam pumps as the main theme. Few can resist the drama as the 90 inch (mm) piston whisks the 42 tonne balance weight nearly. Go on a water-themed journey through time using tunnels and walk-through sewers at the London Museum of Water and Steam (formerly Kew Bridge Steam Museum). Housed in a Victorian waterworks visited by Dickens, the museum also features giant beam engines, including the inch Cornish Engine, the largest of its kind in the world/5().

Hotel in Mortlake, London ( miles from Kew Bridge Steam Museum) This 17th-century inn is located by Kew Green, across from the Royal Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a great location, fine food and good public transport to Central London. Kew Bridge Steam Museum is open every Tuesday to Sunday from a.m to p.m. Closed on Mondays, except Bank Holidays. The Steam Hall rotative engines only are in steam most weekends, with the Cornish engines only running on selected weekends and Bank Holiday Mondays. Special Events Our Special Events for include.   The app gives you a virtual tour of the museum, move around to explore the exhibits, find out about the story of London's water and investigate the working steam machines. London Museum of Water & Steam is an independent museum founded in as the Kew Bridge Steam Museum. It was rebranded in early following a major investment project. Situated on the site of the old Kew Bridge . Kew Bridge Steam Museum , Kew Bridge Steam Museum Posted in Places Tagged , Boulton, Cornish Bull Engine, Fraser, Grade I, Grade II, Grand Junction Water Works Company, Harvey's of Hale, Maudlsey, stand-pipe tower, Watt, Wicksteed, William Anderson.

  OVER a hundred people enjoyed an evening at Kew Bridge Steam Museum to raise funds for the steam locomotive railway and a new gallery. The night - part of a Europe-wide 'Museums at Night' series - included actors performing monologues dressed as Charles Dickens and the Scottish engineer James Watt, as well as live music and workshops. Venue Info Kew Bridge Steam Museum. Entertain your guests at one of London’s most spectacular and dramatic venues – Kew Bridge Steam Museum. Set within a magnificent and atmospheric Victorian waterworks, here industry sits side by side with elegance.   In , thanks to Heritage Lottery funding, the Kew Bridge Steam Museum became London Museum of Water & Steam and reopened to tell the story of London's water supply. Location. Kew Bridge crosses the River Thames between Kew Green in Kew on the south bank and Brentford on the north bank. It is immediately adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens on the Kew side of the river and the former Grand Junction Waterworks Company buildings (now the London Museum of Water & Steam) on the north.. The bridge forms a primary route destination joining the South Circular.