Reference numberJS/2/163v
TitleMains for London Bridge Water Works
DescriptionPlate 1. Elevation of a receiver and distributor which was erected at the London Bridge Water Works in the year 1780 instead of the high tower which was consumed by fire 29th October 1779. J Foulds, chief millwright and surveyor. Invt. et delt. Birckbeck and Ball iron founders.
Engraved by Woodman and Mutlow, Russell Court
Extent2 sheets
Access statusOpen
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