London Bridge Water Works John Fould
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London Bridge Water Works
Elevation of the receiver and distributor which was erected at the London Bridge Water Works in 1780, invented by John T. Foulds, millwright and surveyor. From Smeaton volume 2, fol. 163v.
Original: engraving. 1788
- Image reference: RS-8431
- The Royal Society
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