Leicester Industrial Museum

Leicester’s industrial museum is situated in a sewage pumping station of 1891 on the north side of the city, where the original engines, four 200 hp beam engines on the Woolf compound system, built by Gimson & Co, can be demonstrated. The museum includes displays relating to public health, and the consequences of the sanitary improvements of the 19th century, as well as to electricity, transport and early cinema.

Leicester Industrial Museum
Abbey Pumping Station
Corporation Road, Abbey Lane
LE4 5PX Leicester
United Kingdom
+44 (0) 116 - 2995111