SCRCA structure 255900: Tank House for Garsdale Water Troughs

SCRCA Location Introduction

The tank house and adjacent water troughs were built in 1907 at a cost of £4,396. The tank held 43,000 gallons and it was fed with water from a purpose-built reservoir (see Structure 255895). The tank supplied water to the adjacent water troughs (see Structure 255910).

Garsdale Water Troughs and associated Tank House: Context view from northeast

Key details from the Location Record

Location Type
Tank House
Location Variant
Tank Support - Base fully enclosed
Assessment status
Current Use(s)
Shown on a land plan?
Construction / installation period
3: MR operational phase (1st Jan 1877 to 31st Dec 1922)
Distance from London St.Pancras
255 miles and 72 chains
Position relative to running lines
This location IS visible from nearby publicly accessible land.
Accessibility (ease of access)
Protection Category
Not Applicable - demolished or relocated
Geographic Location
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