9. Crofton


Continuing westwards you pass the ‘Roman’ level crossing (of an old Roman road) and soon see the tall chimney announcing the pumping station at Crofton, built to provide water to the upper sections of the canal in the absence of a natural water supply. The original steam beam engines are still in situ and take over from the later electric pumps on occasional steaming weekends:


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