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Hawkesbury junction engine house

Hawkesbury junction engine house

This building dating back to 1821 housed a very early Newcomen steam engine that was acquired from a local mine and used to maintain water levels on the Coventry canal by means of an associated well. The engine was moved to a location in Dartmouth - but the building remains very much intact.

Steve Stamford

Image size: 4000 x 6000, 12.67Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7200 | Date uploaded: 12/08/2018

Steve Stamford | Hawkesbury junction engine house
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