Come and join us on our next open day!

Sunday 3 July: 12.30 to 4.30pm

Admission is free but we hope you will support us with a donation

Unfortunately the planned event in which we would have demonstrated the live reception of a morse code message from Sweden has had to be cancelled.  The transmitter operators are carrying out maintenance on the aerial and are having difficulties sourcing components.

We will however display a selection of vintage domestic and military radio receivers!

Enjoy this award-winning heritage site which tells the story of land drainage. You will be able to see the unique 1856 Bradley and Craven beam engine in steam. This engine was built in Wakefield and is now the only known working example built by this firm.

Alongside the steam engine is smaller brick building where the Lincoln built Ruston and Hornsby 7XHR oil engine of 1940 is at work, powering a Gwynnes centrifugal pump.

 

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