Coleham Pumping Station
Coleham Pumping Station was built in 1900 to house two steam-driven beam engines as part of the town’s new sanitation system. The Renshaws of Stoke beam engines were in use until 1970.
For a full list of open days during 2018, click here.
Adults: £3; Children: £1.00; Family ticket £7.00
Access and Amenities
The building is on a number of different levels and so access is difficult for the less mobile. Nearest public car park is a 10 minute walk away at St. Julian’s. Refreshments and public toilets available nearby.
Admission for groups may be arranged on the Mondays following the Open Days, to take advantage of ‘Steam Up’ and at other times, without steaming.
Please call 01743 281205 for further information or visit the Coleham Pumping Station website or Facebook Page.