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Old 07-21-2016, 11:42 AM   #1
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Default Who knew sewage could be so stylish!

Inside the beautiful Victorian Pumping Station that has opened its doors to the public as London's newest tourist attraction

Crossness pumping station in London's Abbey Wood has had a multi-million pound makeover
The station first opened in 1865 and is now a Grade I Listed building thanks to its beautiful decor
Much of the original structure remains intact today, including the old pumping engines and cast iron detailing


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/tr...ttraction.html


A pumping station in south-east London that was built in 1865 has
had a multi-million pound makeover



The Crossness Pumping Station was built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette
as part of the capital's new sewage system



The pumping station in Abbey Wood is now opening its doors to
the public after a huge makeover



The Beam Engine House is now Grade I listed and as a result, much
of the original structure remains intact today




A picture of the Crossness pumping Station before renovations
on the property had been completed



Visitors in their finery pose outside the building to celebrate its
opening in 1865
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