Date: 2018-02-08 18:34
The Kempton Park Steam Engines (also known as the Kempton Great Engines) are two large triple-expansion steam engines, dating from 1926–1929, at the Kempton Park waterworks, London. They were manufactured by Worthington-Simpson. Each engine is of a similar size to that used in RMS Titanic and rated at about 1008 hp. They each pumped 19 million gallons of water a day, to supply north London with drinking water taken from the River Thames. They were the last working survivors when they were finally retired from service in 1980.
London Bus Routes
#green #fields #school #List of bus routes forming the coreLondon Bus Services network Information correct to 24 July 2017 If this date is much more than a week old you are probably looking at an archived version.Try clicking your browser’s re-load button. Timetables for all routes can be accessed by clicking the route numbers below. The routes are divided up as follows: Main daytime bus network – 1 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 401 507 A10 E1 K1 U1 Tram services Night buses – N1 102 250 Mobility buses School buses – 313 601 650 Non-TfL routes are ...