Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by not-bono-ever, Sep 10, 2012.
No - a much more ordinary location for such opulence.
Is it because Goldfinger tried to blow it up?
only know that one roughly - its victorian water works in south east london somewhere... designed by a famous victorian bloke
thats my memory in action!
Correct Midland bank vault on Poultry, Used as the Fort Knox set in that film.
He wasn't going to blow it up though, just make it radioactive.
Is that the pumping station near Streatham Common station?
The crazy victorian industrial stuff that is.
Crossness Pumping Station
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later is cold
Correct. It's very near where I work and I really want to visit it
Is it open to public?
I think only on Open House days
On the following days this year:
Sunday April 21st
Sunday June 23rd
Sunday July 28th
Sunday September 1st
Sunday October 13th
Not so sure about that, but not sure exactly what you get access to here
Why don't travelcards work at this stop?
It's a training station
Not a real station
designed by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Bazalgette - hes done seom great stuff - dont make them like they used to
If only he hadn't bred...
Don't make anything like it used to be made.
Is the flying fish at something like Porchester Spa?
Yes. I bet you googled.
I have been there, it's weird.
but he only had 11 and I bet he didn't claim benefits and set fire to houses
That's not the reason I said what I said
Oh, I see what you mean. One of his descendants is responsible for the shite that is Big Brother. The shame
or Edward, and The Vapors?
I have also been here. What is it?
About twice a day there is only about 1m of floorspace from that back wall.
Tower Bridge - where the counterbalance comes down.
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