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Hereford Waterworks Museum

Location
Grid reference: SO496393
OS sheet: 149
Postcode: HR4 0JS
S side of Broomy Hill, on W side of Hereford. (Follow brown signs from Barton Road, off N end of Greyfriars Bridge).

Exhibits include 1920s wind-pump from Bridge Sollers, an 1890 turbine-driven pump from Warwickshire, a 1907 waterwheel from Carmarthenshire, a tiny 1912 Pelton wheel from Ross on Wye, an 1880 turbine from Dorset and a 1937 turbine from Kington. Steam engines and beam engines all operating on steam days.

Opening times 2017
Easter to October, Tuesdays 11.00-16.00. Engines in steam and fully operating, 2nd and last Sundays each month and bank holiday Mondays, 12.00-16.00. Parties all year by appointment.

National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
Sunday 14th May 1200-1600.

Contact
Joan Hughes, Administrator, tel. 01432 357236.
For parties, see web site or e-mail as below.
 

Email
info@waterworksmuseum.org.uk

Web site
www.waterworksmuseum.org.uk