Steam fire pump, Merryweather & Sons

Made:
1902
maker:
Merryweather and Sons Limited

Steam fire pump, Great Western Railway, built by Merryweather & Sons, London, in May 1902 at a cost of £157,'Valiant' model, used at Leamington Spa MPD, on loan to Old Oak Common in Nov. 1940, preserved 1959. (This model was named after HMS 'Valiant' to which it was supplied as a fresh-water pump c. 1875).

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Details

Category:
Fixtures & Fittings from Railway Buildings
Object Number:
1986-7288
Measurements:
overall (estimate): 457.2 mm x 914.4 mm
type:
steam fire pump
taxonomy:
  • tools and equipment
credit:
British Rail, Historical Relics

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