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1866 Goulburn Pumping Station

The Goulburn Pumping Station on the Wollondilly River was opened in 1866 to supply water for the municipality of Goulburn.  It was built from 1885-1866 and includes the historic Appleby Steam Engine which is contained in the pumping station.  The facility is the only complete workable beam engine-powered municipal water supply left in its original location in the Southern Hemisphere.   It is now the Goulburn Historic Waterworks Museum.

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  1866  /  Art  /  Last Updated February 4, 2020 by jennifer lamb  / 

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