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Report - Lots Road Sewage Pumping Station - 2002

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Clive Von Hampton

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

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

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Level indicator showing height of sewage in the suction well

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

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A view looking the other way

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

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And again

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Cooling water pipes are blue and lubricating oil are brown

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Close-up of gearbox

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And again

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View from the engine walkway

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And again. Note electric pumps in the distance

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You can just make out the cooling water flowing out the bent pipes into the hoppers.
 
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