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© Mrs Beryl Murray

IoE Number: 399483
Photographer: Mrs Beryl Murray
Date Photographed: 13 September 1999
Date listed: 14 August 1984
Date of last amendment: 14 August 1984
Grade II

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ST 76 SECLAVERTON7/58Claverton Pumping StationG.V.II

ST 76 SE CLAVERTON 7/58 Claverton Pumping Station G.V. II Pumping Station. Designed by John Rennie and erected by Fox of Bristol, for the Kennet and Avon Canal Company. Opened 1813; ceased function in 1952 but restored 1969-75. Consists of the pump house at the west and the wheel house to the east. Pump house: ashlar and hipped slate roof; single round-headed door and casement window in south gable end; the west elevation has 3 round-headed windows on the ground floor, 3 square headed casements on the first floor and a plank door at the right. The wheel house projects to the west: weather-boarded sides with 2 casement windows; ashlar east gable with 2 round-headed doors flanking a segmental headed door. The breast shot water wheel (17'6" in diameter and 11'11" wide, and now seemingly in 2 parts as altered by the Great Western Railway Co. in 1902-03) provides drive to 2 cast iron working beams which operate lift and force pumps. (Leaflet available on site. Buchanan and Cossons, The Industrial Archaeology of the Bristol Region, 1969).

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