List number: 1042035
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NU0704502495

Pumphouse by Tumbleton Dam, Cragside


The hydraulic ram pumped water up to a reservoir above Cragside House, which provided its domestic water supply and powered the main lift and turbines operating kitchen and laundry equipment.[1]

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Pump house

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Pumphouse by Debdon Burn, Cragside

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Hydraulic pump, Cragside

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Tumbleton Pump House, Cragside estate

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Cragside

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Cragside

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TUMBLETON RAM HOUSE ON WEST OF DEBDON BURN AT FOOT OF TUMBELTON DAM - List Entry
- "Pumphouse, c.1866 for Lord Armstrong. Rock-faced stone with rock-faced-and- margined dressings; C20 corrugated iron roof....The hydraulic ram pumped spring water up to both a reservoir above Cragside House ...

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