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Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 2UP

Steam engines, workings of the bridgeRead more

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London Museum of Water & Steam
London Museum of Water & Steam

London Museum of Water & Steam, Green Dragon Lane, London, TW8 0EN

Water supply technology and a collection of water pumping steam engines, also operating narrow gauge railway;...Read more

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Brunel Museum
Brunel Museum

Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, London, SE16 4LF

History of the construction of the Thames Tunnel and its designers, Sir Marc Isambard BrunelRead more

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Crossness Pumping Station
Crossness Pumping Station

Crossness Pumping Station, London, SE2 9AQ

Victorian sewage pumping station with preserved steam enginesRead more

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Kirkaldy Testing Museum
Kirkaldy Testing Museum

Kirkaldy Testing Museum, 99 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0JF

Materials testing machines used by engineer David KirkaldyRead more

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London Sewing Machine Museum
London Sewing Machine Museum

London Sewing Machine Museum, 292-312 Balham High Road, London, SW17 7AA

Collection of sewing machines[13]Read more

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Markfield Beam Engine
Markfield Beam Engine and Museum

Markfield Beam Engine, Markfield Road, London, N15 4RB

Victorian 100 horsepower beam pumping engineRead more

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Brown Plaque № 43662 - Kirkaldy Testing Works   This building was built in 1874 for David Kirkaldy (1820-1897). In 1857 Kirkaldy helped form the Institution of Engineers in Scotland and was the first person to set up a load testing machine for construction materials powerful enough to deal with the largest specimens. The original 48 foot long machine, able to apply a load of over 300 tones, is still in position today.
Bronze Plaque № 42548 - On this spot Warren Hastings stood his trial 1788-1795 he was acquitted on all the charges
Siegfried Sassoon Green Plaque - Siegfried Sassoon MC Poet, novelist, biographer 1886-1967 lived and worked in a house on this site 1919-1925
Joseph Mallord William Turner Green Plaque - Joseph Mallord William Turner RA (1775-1851) artist was born in a house on this site
Vincent Crane Richmond Blue Plaque - Lt. Col. Vincent C Richmond OBE 1893-1930. The designer of the ill-fated R101 airship lived here as a boy, attending the nearby Selwyn Avenue school. He was one of 48 who perished when the R101 crashed near Beauvais, France in October 1930. Richmond Crescent was named in his honour
John Vereker Blue Plaque - Field Marshal Viscount Gort VC 1886-1946 Commander-in-Chief at Dunkirk lived here 1920-1926

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