All of the funding needed to conserve the buildings and engines of Joseph Bazalgette’s “cathedral on the marsh” comes from visitors to the site,  needless to say we have zero visitors & zero funding at present,  during this difficult lock down period.
 
Please would you donate what you can afford, 

to enable the volunteers to give this unique, 

world famous site the maintenance & care it 

deserves?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Martin Hunt

ABOUT US

VISIT US

Built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette for London's sewage system and opened in 1865, Crossness Pumping Station is a Grade 1 Listed building and features some of the most spectacular ornamental Victorian cast ironwork found in the world today.

"A ballet of rod and pistons"

Click here for news and visitor information

 

 

NEWS

If this is your first visit please check the interactive map

COVID-19 status

As a result of the advice offered by Government relating to the Covid -19 pandemic we have concluded that we have to cancel planned open days and guided tours for the time being.

All Open Days and all group visits have been cancelled until the end of June.  We will review the situation in early June and decide what action we need to take then based on the latest available guidance from the Government and the NHS.

Our apologies for the inconvenience and disappointment this causes.

CROSSNESS

ENGINES

PRESERVING AN INDUSTRIAL CATHEDRAL

Next Open Day

Please see updates

Tel: +44 (0)20 8311 3711

Email: info@crossness.org.uk

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A Company limited by guarantee. Registered in England No. 2141756
Registered Charity No. 297585

CROSSNESS ENGINES.

The Old Works

Thames Water S.T.W.

 

Bazalgette Way

Abbey Wood

London SE2 9AQ

 

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