A group of 4 independent statutory Land Drainage, Water Levels and Flood Risk Management Authorities working collectively under a partnership agreement
The Association for Industrial Archaeology was established in 1973 to promote the study of industrial archaeology and to encourage improved standards of recording, research, conservation and publication.
Pinchbeck Engine Museum, situated off the A16, housed in the former pumping station building and gives a wealth of information on drainage. Find out more about the museum and and the opening times.
Britain’s finest Victorian fresh water Pumping Station. Situated 8 miles north of Nottingham, NG15 9AJ.
The Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology is an historic countywide history and archaeology society which runs courses and meetings, arranges visits and fieldwork, and publishes and sells books. SLHA acts as a focus for local groups across Lincolnshire and is always interested in views and news about the county’s past.
Quinceys Pumping Station is situated at Thorpe Culvert some two miles from Wainfleet on the Steeping River. The station was built in 1938 but was replaced with a new electric station by the former Skegness District Internal Drainage Board in the mid 1970s.
Heritage Lincolnshire is a local charity working to conserve the rich history of the County for the benefit of people who live and work in the area.
The Westonzoyland Pumping Station Museum of Steam Power and Land Drainage is a small industrial heritage museum dedicated to steam powered machinery at Westonzoyland in the English county of Somerset.
Come and see the gigantic Renshaws beam engines and cornish boiler working on our open days
Opened in 1974, this museum outlines the history of water supplies for public consumption.
Prickwillow Museum, formerly known as the Prickwillow Drainage Engine Museum, tells the story of the changing face of the Fens and its network of drainage systems and pumping stations.
London Museum of Water & Steam is an independent museum founded in 1975 as the Kew Bridge Steam Museum. It was rebranded in early 2014 following a major investment project
Stretham Old Engine Trust is a non profit making Old Steam Engine restoration and maintenance Society near Wicken in Cambridgeshire.