Plaque   

Northern Outfall Sewer - River Lea

Northern Outfall Sewer - River Lea Northern Outfall Sewer - River Lea

Erection date: 1863

Inscription

Metropolitan Board of Works
Northern Outfall Sewer
Constructed 1862 - 63
John Thwaites Esqre. - Chairman
J. W. Bazalgette - Engineer
Edmund Cooper - Resident Engineer
Charles Anderson - Clerk of Works
George Furness - Contractor

Site: Northern Outfall Sewer - River Lea (1 memorial)

E3, Greenway bridge over River Lea

From Londonist we believe there is an identical plaque at the nearby Wick Lane Depot, which we think is south of Wick Lane, immediately west of the A12.

Our photo was taken from the path on the west side of the Olympic Park.

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Northern Outfall Sewer - River Lea

Subjects commemorated Information

Metropolitan Board of Works

Responsible for managing London's infrastructure, such as roads, sewage, etc....

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Charles Anderson

Clerk of Works responsible for the construction of the Northern Outfall Sewer...

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Sir Joseph Bazalgette

Civil engineer. Born in Enfield.  As chief engineer of the Metropolitan Board...

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Edmund Cooper

Resident Engineer responsible for the construction of the Northern Outfall Se...

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George Furness

Contractor responsible for the construction of the Northern Outfall Sewer in ...

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