Thames Water/ Clancy Dowcra.
Date or period
1856 and circa.1890.
Archaeological Priority Zone.
The site sits at the terminus of the Walthamstow Slip.
Group value with headquarters building, railings, the sluice building and the Essex, Middlesex and Leyton filter beds.
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Musgrave Engine House (Demolished)
The engine house served the No. 2 Essex filter beds and is named after the Worthington pumping engines it contained.
Housed a vertical triple expansion engine made by Hathorn Davey &Co. of Leeds and
named after the then Chairman of the M.W.B. Board's engineer - H.E. Stilgoe.
Built by J.E. Johnson & Son Ltd.