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Pumping Station / Museum of Technology

History of the Pumping Stattion Cambridge

The Cheddars Lane pumping station was built 1894-6 and operated as a combined sewage pumping and waste destructor station. It is now the Cambridge Museum of Technology. The octagonal chimney is 53 metres high.

It is a listed building.

There is a detailed Wikipedia article.


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