The Chestnut Hill Pumping Engines
The 1887 Chestnut Hill Pumping Station is home to some of the best preserved and most impressive steam engines in the country. Come hear the stories of the engines that represent the pinnacle of steam pumping at the turn of the century, as told by Marcis Kempe, MWRA engineer.
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2450 Beacon St.
Boston, MA 02467