Kempton Great Engines Designed by the Metropolitan Water Board under the direction of Henry Stilgoe. these two triple expansion engines were manufactured by Worthington-Simpson at Newark-on-Trent and commissioned in 1928. They provided clean water to the people of London for 50 years. Engine No. 6 (known as The Sir William Prescott) is the largest working steam engine in the world.
Erected: 14 May 2010
Plaque Colour: Red And Black
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Location: Kempton Park Water Treatment Works, Snakey Lane, Hanworth TW13