Hamilton's 1859 Pumping Station - Hamilton, ON
Posted by: stinger503
N 43° 15.393 W 079° 46.351
17T E 599633 N 4790036
Quick Description: Historic pumphouse in Hamilton
Location: Ontario, Canada
Date Posted: 11/1/2011 7:26:22 PM
Waymark Code: WMD0B0
This building was marked as a CSCE National Historic site in 1983. Built in 1859 by Thomas Keefer, a president for the CSCE, this building has an Italianate style and still has much of the original equipment, including the original Canadian built engine, trucked in from a Dundas Foundry. It is also a Canadian National Historic Site for it's industrial late 1800s architecture. It is currently a Steam and Technology Museum and open to the public for viewing.
900 Woodward Ave. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Type of structure/site: Building
Date of Construction: 1859
Engineer/Architect/Builder etc.: Thomas C. Keefer
Engineering Organization Listing: Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE)
Primary Web Site: [Web Link]
Secondary Web Site: Not listed
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