Dogdyke Steam Drainage Station

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Winner

Heritage Award for Excellence 2016 Lincolnshire Heritage Forum

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Dogdyke Pumping Station will not open on Sunday 2 May 2021 and will remain closed until further notice.

PLEASE CHECK THIS WEB SITE AS WE WILL BE OPENING AGAIN WHEN IT IS SAFE TO DO SO.


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Find us on YouTube

Search YouTube for"Dogdyke pumping engines"and see our engines in operation. Then come and experience the sounds and atmosphere of these machines at work.

 

Admission free

donations welcome.

 

Site Accessibility

The site’s car park, buildings and toilet are all accessible to wheelchairs and pushchairs. There are baby changing facilities and dogs on leads are welcome.

 

Where to find us

Dogdyke pumping station is located near Bridge Farm, Tattershall, Lincolnshire, LN4 4JG (Please do not use this as a postal address). You will find us off the A153 Sleaford to Horncastle road and the entrance is on the right, immediately east of Tattershall Bridge. The site is well sign posted on Open Days and is reached down a farm track which isonly open on Steaming Days.

 

Membership

The site is run by a small band of members. We would like you to join us. It is only £15 per year which goes towards the running of the site and you get four Newsletters with information of our activities including articles on the history of the site and land drainage in the county. We welcome members who would like to help on Open Days and with the maintenance of the engines and buildings. For more information contact Chris Page.

 

Contact us

Dogdyke Pumping Station Preservation Trust,

Chris Page, Publicity Officer,

13 Cherry Grove,

Swanpool,

Lincoln,

LN6 0HE

Tel: 01522 683755

Email: chrisj.p@ntlworld.com

 

Acknowledgments

We thank the following for their support:

Maud Foster Windmill Boston for flour.

East Lindsey District Council.

Bridge Farm, Tattershall.