Westonzoyland Engine Trust Old Pumping Station at NGR ST3396232827


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Westonzoyland Pumping Station, Hoopers Drove, Westonzoyland, TA7 0LS


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Statutory Address:
Westonzoyland Pumping Station, Hoopers Drove, Westonzoyland, TA7 0LS

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

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This entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 15/04/2019.

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WESTONZOYLAND CP Westonzoyland Engine Trust Old Pumping Station at NGR ST3396232827

(Formerly listed as Westonzoyland Engine Trust old pumping station at NGR ST 3395 3283)


Former pumping station, now preserved by Westonzoyland Engine Trust. Early C19.

Flemish bond brick, hipped slate roof with wide eaves, double-Roman and pantiled roofs, brick stacks, and a brick chimney. Engine house square on plan, two storeys, futher attached two storey range to south, single storey outshut to east and a range of single storey outbuildings; abutting the engine house a tall plain tapering chimney, square on plan. Engine house with segmental-pointed opening to river frontage, with iron shutter and above a three-light casement with glazing-bars; remainder of windows on other elevations boarded over. Door openings with plank doors.

Inside an Appold steam engine and pump, built by Easton and Amos of Southwark in 1861; raised water from the adjacent levels into the River Parrett; impeller pump suspended above the bottom of a well, driven by bevel gears from the engine suspended over the well.

The adjacent C20 pumping station is not of special interest.


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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