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Cambridge Museum Of Technology
The Old Pumping Station
Cheddars Lane

Telephone: 01223 368 650
Email: museumoftechnology@ic24.net

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Overview of collections

Victorian sewage pumping station, with additional exhibits relating to local industry. Steam, gas and oil engines. Wirelesses and scientific artefacts; printing equipment

Overview of how collections are displayed

Preserved Victorian sewage pumping station, with additional exhibits relating to local industry.The engines, boilers and other equipment are displayed in their original locations in the pumping station, in areas now described as The Engine House, the Gas Engine Room, The Electric Room, The Boiler House, the Pirint Shop and Top Bay, where engines that were not part of the pumping station are displayed.

Star Objects at this location

Two Hathorn Davey of Leeds pumping engines, installed 1894
Mid 19th century mill engine built by J I Headly of Cambridge for Thomas Evans Leatherworks, Sawston
Collection of wireless sets made by Pye of Cambridge
Collection of domestic and scientific electrical equipment made by the Cambridge Instrument Company
Newmark analogue computer, 1960s
Collection Descriptions
Industry and technology (Cambridge Museum Of Technology)
-The core of the collections is the original pumping station machinery and equipment, which includes two important Ha...

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