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"Fire The Engine"

Abbey Pumping Station is an industrial museum located inside a former pump station. The Victorian architecture along with decorated bean engines, made this place locally popular. It is few of the historic pumping stations that have been preserved and has been turned into a museum. The museum displays various beam engines along with a steam shovel and artifacts of domestic appliances and trams. There is treasure beneath the ground too with the Site Narrow Gauge Railway and some other transport artifacts. The museum also has a collection of vintage road vehicles. It organizes small local events around the theme of early transport.
Corporation Road, Leicester, United Kingdom, LE4 5PX
Today: 11:00 AM - 04:30 PM Open Now
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Feb to Oct - Monday to Sunday 11:00 AM to 04:30 PM
"Fire The Engine"
Abbey Pumping Station is an industrial museum located inside a former pump station. The Victorian architecture along with decorated bean engines, made this place locally popular. It is few of the historic pumping stations that have been preserved and has been turned into a museum. The museum displays various beam engines along with a steam shovel and artifacts of domestic appliances and trams. There is treasure beneath the ground too with the Site Narrow Gauge Railway and some other transport artifacts. The museum also has a collection of vintage road vehicles. It organizes small local events around the theme of early transport.
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