Markfield Beam Engine and Museum, London
The building housing the Beam Engine and Museum is, apart from minor alterations, still as built in 1886. The principal exhibit is the Wood Bros. Beam Engine, a fine example of Victorian public health engineering, which when operational, pumped some 4 million gallons of sewage daily into the connecting main to the London system for processing at the northern outfall at Beckton. The Markfield Beam Engine is open on the second Sunday of each Month from 11.00am to 3.00pm. Other times and parties by arrangement.
Tel: 020 8800 7061
Location: Markfield Road, Tottenham, London , N15 4RB (Click Here For Map)
Nearest station: The museum is situated within 7 minutes walk of Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale Underground and Overground stations, both only 20 minutes from Central London.