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West Middlesex Water Company

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West Middlesex Water Company

Group  From 1806  To 1903

Categories: Engineering, Food & Drink

A utility company which supplied water to parts of West London. It was established in premises on the banks of the River Thames at Hammersmith, the central part of which was designed by William Tierney Clark. The company eventually became part of the publicly owned Metropolitan Water Board.

The works on Upper Mall were demolished in 1965-8. Panorama of the Thames says Clark was appointed Clerk of the Works in 1810 (bet his fiends joshed him about being Clerk Clark) and describes the building and its history.

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William Tierney Clark - Fulham Reach

William Tierney Clark 1783 - 1852 {Beneath Clark's portrait and a representat...

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