The Engine Room, c.1905 Framed & Mounted Print
This black and white photograph from 1905 shows the Palace of Westminster's engine room, housing an 8 horse-power horizontal steam engine dating back to the 1880s. The engine was used to pump air to the compressors under the clock tower which then forced the waste out of the Shone Ejectors and up into the Westminster main sewage system. The engine was last used in the 1990s.
The image has been reproduced from the original glass plate negative held in the Parliamentary Archives.
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Please note, all our prints include a small, unobtrusive credit line in a corner of the image. The credit line on this image is as follows: Engine Room, c.1905 © Parliamentary Archives, FAR/6/23
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