Dogdyke pumping station :: Shared Description

The Dogdyke pumping station houses a steam powered beam pumping engine dating from 1854. It replaced several windpumps. After the steam engine ceased use in the 1940s with installation of the diesel the chimney was felled.
The site is a now a museum that runs in steam.
by Ashley Dace
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9 images use this description:

TF2055 : Pump attendants house - Dogdyke by Ashley Dace
TF2055 : Ruston and Hornsby diesel engine by Ashley Dace
TF2055 : Dogdyke pumping station by Ashley Dace
TF2055 : Dogdyke pumping station by Ashley Dace
TF2055 : Dogdyke pumping station by Ashley Dace
TF2055 : Dogdyke pumping station by Ashley Dace
TF2055 : Dogdyke pumping station by Ashley Dace
TF2055 : Dogdyke Pumping Station by J.Hannan-Briggs
TF2055 : The Ruston Engine at Dogdyke Pumping Station by J.Hannan-Briggs


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Created: Sun, 7 Oct 2012, Updated: Sun, 7 Oct 2012

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