Eastney Beam Engine House Museums
Eastney Beam Engine House is a Victorian engine house dating from 1887 that contains two James Watt beam engines.
The pumps were built as part of a plan to improve Portsmouth's sewage system.
The other element of the plan was large holding tanks which held the sewage until the pumps could empty them into the ebb tide. The pumps have since been superseded by advancing technology but have been restored and are now open to the public.
AddressHenderson Road, Southsea, Hampshire, PO4 9SJ
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