pumphouse

pumphouse

[′pəmp‚hau̇s]
(civil engineering)
A building in which are housed pumps that supply an irrigation system, a power plant, a factory, a reservoir, a farm, a home, and so on.
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Tenders are invited for cp2855 - structural repairs and re-roofing to high peak pumphouse, adj.
THE developer behind the award-winning Pumphouse development in Barry is acquiring the former railway goods shed across the road.
When Hang Fire Smokehouse opened its restaurant at The Pumphouse in 2016, it received more the 1,300 bookings in less than 24 hours.
To avail of this offer simply visit the pumphouse reception at HAMILTON DOCK, BELFAST, pay for one ticket and present this voucher to receive a second ticket absolutely FREE.
Left Hand, Oskar Blues, and Pumphouse will be pouring pints," she noted, "while Grossen Bart will be offering tastings, and 300 Suns Brewing will introduce themselves to the crowd.
The almshouses date from 1840 and Bedworth Society president John Burton said: "It is always a pleasure to show people around this wonderful place and especially to see their reaction when they visit the pumphouse and the governors' hall.
The remains of the 19th-century pumphouse can still be seen on the site.
TABLE FOR 2 GEOFF LAWS The Pumphouse Restaurant, Farm Road, Houghall, Durham The night we drove to Pumphouse, there was a wild wind driving the rain before us.
G Jessop, demolition of bungalow and erection of three bungalows at 3 Pumphouse Lane.
Anthony Heath, who works at the Pumphouse restaurant in Durham City, is competing in the Knorr National Chef of the Year 2008 event.
Water firm Severn Trent is spending pounds 268,000 removing a sewage pumphouse in the alley, off Grafton Gardens in Gornal.
A guide price of pounds 350,000 is being quoted for The Old Pumphouse near Faringdon, the chance to create and house in the country with its own stream, lake, woodland and three acres.