Locations for our Partner: Thames Water

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Three parts of Crossness STW (Erith, South London)

A derelict former pump station at Crossness STW (Erith, South London)

Elevated structure with interesting concrete columns. (Bexley, London)

General views of Crossness STW (Erith, South London)

A 1950's designed octagonal pumping station (London Borders, Berkshire)

Farmoor Reservoir has a great long desolate road with water either side. (Farmoor, Oxfordshire)

Amazing underground reservoir (Haringey, London)

Amazing pumping station goes down 4 storeys (Newham, London)

Unusual pumping station (Tower Hamlets, London)

Interesting 1940's pumping station (Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire)

Pump Station, workshops and tiled basement (Within m25, Staines, Surrey)

Reservoirs in North / East London (Tottenham, London)

Pumping Station that goes down 3 storeys. (London East)

Sewage treatment plant with graphic quality (Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire)

Public footpath along the New River Path (Islington to Hertfordshire)

London's largest expanse of freshwater (Staines, Surrey)

Queen Mother Reservoir, a freshwater reservoir with unusual jetty (Horton, Berkshire)

Futuristic buildings of a sewage treatment works (Reading, Berkshire)

Fields and woodland adjacent to Shepperton Studios. Quiet and rural. (Shepperton, Surrey)

Ten Thames Water reservoirs clustered together in East London (Waltham Forest, London)

A former water treatment works unused for many years (Merton, London)