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Report - Lots Road Sewage Pumping Station - 2002

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Clive Von Hampton, Mar 30, 2007.

  1. Clive Von Hampton


    After visiting Lots Road Power Station (see previous posts), we went to the Sewage Pumping Station next door

    Outside with diesel exhaust pipes sticking up. The words say: London County Council

    Level indicator showing height of sewage in the suction well

    Air compressors on the left to provide air for starting the Diesels

    A view looking the other way

    5 six-cylinder Bellis & Morcom diesel engines and bevel-drive gearboxes drive the pumps in the basement

    And again

    Cooling water pipes are blue and lubricating oil are brown

    Close-up of gearbox

    And again

    View from the engine walkway

    And again. Note electric pumps in the distance

    You can just make out the cooling water flowing out the bent pipes into the hoppers.
    #1 Clive Von Hampton, Mar 30, 2007
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