Links to other museums

If you enjoyed your visit to Kempton Steam Museum, you are sure to like:

Kew Bridge Steam Museum is now known as The London Museum of Water & Steam, Brentford, West London and is home to engines of every shape and size, including a magnificent working beam engine:

Westonzoyland Pumping Station, Museum of Steam Power and Land Drainage, Bridgwater, Somerset, England has one of the largest collections of working stationary steam engines and pumps in the south of England:

Museum Stoomgemaal De Tuut, Appelturn, Holland, is a beautifully restored 1918 pumping station with working engines:

Brede Steam Giants, Rye, East Sussex, England – home of one of the last Worthington Simpson Triples ever built and a magnificent Tangye Triple, amongst other fascinating displays:

Crossness Pumping Station, Abbey Wood, SE London, is one of the most magnificent examples of Victorian engineering. Designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette as part of London’s vitally needed sewerage system, it is a Grade I listed building housing some of the most spectacular decorative features, plus four of what are possibly the only surviving rotatative beam engines in the world: