Crossness Pumping Station
Built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette and opened in 1865, Crossness Pumping Station was a key element in the radical scheme to improve the health and sanitation of Victorian London.
The magnificent building is Grade 1 listed with the Beam Engine House featuring some of the most spectacular ornamental cast ironwork found in the World today.
One of the four giant engines 'Prince Consort' has been restored to its former glory and is operational on specified days during the year
A dedicated team of volunteers continues the enormous task of restoration in the belief that this pumping station together with its great engines, will be an inspiration for generations to come.
Please donate to support our cause.
We cannot continue with our restoration work and open to the public without the assistance of our amazing supporters. We will not be able to thank you enough.
Charity No: 297585
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