Guide to... Technology Museums in London

Information about Technology Museums including Technology Museums in Central London.

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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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Blue Plaques in London

Andrew Carnegie And W Jacques Blue Plaque - Carnegie Library. Grade II Listed building. Designed by W Jacques and erected in 1905. Funded by Andrew Carnegie, the Scottish born philanthropist and steel magnate from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
Natsume Soseki Blue Plaque - Natsume Soseki 1867-1916 Japanese novelist lived here 1901-1902
Edward Johnston Blue Plaque - Edward Johnston 1872-1944 master calligrapher lived here 1905-1912
William Edward Hartpole Lecky Blue Plaque - W. E. H. Lecky (1838-1903), historian and essayist, lived and died here.
Barclays Automated Teller Machine, Enfield Blue Plaque - Barclays Bank Enfield Town Branch The world's first cash machine was installed here on 27 June 1967 Lives made much easier
Charles Fort Blue Plaque - Charles Fort 1874-1932 American writer and founder of Forteanism, the study of anomalous phenomena, lived here 1921-1928

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