For the first time in nearly two years, the steam engines at the London Museum of Water & Steam will be turned on again.
About London Museum of Water and SteamA former sewage and water pumping station which has since been turned into a museum.
The main exhibits are a collection of steam powered pumping engines, which are often switched on.
There is also a light railway -- usually at weekends only -- and a large display of how victorian era steam engines worked.
London Museum of Water and Steam,
Green Dragon Lane,
Link to London Museum of Water and Steam's website
Future events at London Museum of Water and Steam
This is the first opportunity in two years for people to marvel at the working steam engines that provided water to millions and helped make London the city it is today.
Saturday, 30th Dec 11am to 5pm
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to London Museum of Water and Steam
The nearest station is Kew Bridge Rail Station which is 0.2 miles away.