This is a virtual tour of the London Museum of Water & Steam.
London Museum of Water & Steam is an independent museum founded in 1975 as the Kew Bridge Steam Museum.
Situated on the site of the old Kew Bridge Pumping Station in Brentford, near Kew Bridge on the River Thames in West London, England, the museum is centred on a collection of stationary water pumping steam engines dating from 1820 to 1910. It is the home of the worlds largest collection of working Cornish engines, including the Grand Junction 90 inch, the largest such engine in the world. The site is an anchor point on the European Route of Industrial Heritage (ERIH).
The Kew Bridge Engine Trust and Water Supply Museum Limited, a registered charity, has three aims:
1) to restore (and maintain) the five historic beam engines at the Kew Bridge site
2) to add other important water pumping engines
3) to establish a museum of London's water supply.