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Mill Meece steam engines once pumped clean drinking water to the people of Stoke-on-Trent until they were retired from service in 1979. They are now steamed regularly for the public to enjoy. The two steam engines have been preserved in situ and are the only pair of their type still capable of being steamed. Along with all the ancillary equipment of boilers, economiser, Weir pumps, steam winch and weigh bridge the station forms a complete example of an Edwardian water supply pumping station.

Alternative names:

en Steam Engines at Mill Meece Pumping Station   en Mill Meece Pumping Station Preservation Trust

Mill Meece Pumping Station
Cotes Heath
ST21 6QU Eccleshall

Museum type(s)

Science & Technology History & Anthropology



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Opening hours

Open for static viewing most Sundays 1pm to 5pm.
In Steam event days 11am to 5pm.

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0 - 4 Free
Adults £4.50
Seniors £3.50
Children £3.50

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  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Parking


Cotes Heath, Eccleshall, England


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